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Definition of "unharmonious" [un•har•mo•ni•ous]

  • Alternative form of inharmonious. (adjective)

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Use "unharmonious" in a sentence
  • "To avoid any "unharmonious" discord (i.e., save face), the government agent refused to tell me: a) who had complained, b) what entity, if any, could hear an appeal and c) the specifics of what, precisely, constituted structural alteration."
  • "Mr. Sha, who was previously China's U.N. ambassador, is known for his unharmonious outbursts; at a meeting in September he told his boss, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, "I never liked you.""
  • "Can our hero foil the discordant plans before they crescendo into an unharmonious climax of untold evil?"