disharmony disharmony  /dɪs ˈhɑr mə ni/


  • (n) a lack of harmony


  • Advocating disharmony in a land that venerates harmony, this generation is talking revolution.



  1. "We shouldn't be looking at excuses or criticising the manager," he told a press conference. "I've seen a few reports myself this morning but I'm coming here on behalf of the players and there's no disharmony in the camp at all. I'm not going...
    on Jun 20, 2010 By: John Terry Source: ESPN

  2. "You can't have disharmony," said Docherty, who was manager between 1972-77. "With 80 million, they should cut their hands off with Ronaldo and run and give Real Madrid the problem."
    on Jun 11, 2009 By: Tommy Docherty Source: USA Today

  3. McLeish said: "Those kind of stories about disharmony are rubbish. There has been no handing in of transfer requests. There has been no-one knocking on my door. The club are having amicable talks with one or two players. If we tie them up, we tie...
    on Apr 7, 2010 By: Alex McLeish Source: SkySports

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