Definition of "inharmonious" [in•har•mo•ni•ous]

  • Not in harmony; discordant. (adjective)
  • Not in accord or agreement. (adjective)

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Use "inharmonious" in a sentence
  • "Or probably there may exist 'cross magnetism, 'that is to say the inharmonious magnetism of different members who are antagonistic to each other."
  • "Almost every hour of my deck-watches I listen to this infernal din, and am maddened into desire to join with Mr. Pike in a night attack and put these rebellious and inharmonious slaves to work."
  • "His song will always contain the inharmonious door slam of the refrain."