Definition of "inharmonic" [in•har•mon•ic]

  • Not harmonic; discordant. (adjective)

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Use "inharmonic" in a sentence
  • "U+201C and U+2018 that are typographically inharmonic and orthographically incorrect if translating into german in certain scripts!"
  • "Now he was across this large, low-ceilinged deck area, halfway under a console, their voices drummed out by an inharmonic wail of klaxons and warning whistles that made Red Alert on a starship sound like a church bell choir."
  • "From the post came the occasional note of an inharmonic drum, struck without rhythm by a hand gone lax."