disharmonious : Definition, Usages, News and More
- It was no occasion for disharmonious words; so when the time came for speeches, Nikita waved away the latest 20,000-word attack on his policies by Red China.
- Out of the chaos of the Franco-Prussian War emerged the French Constitution of 1875, a fragmentary, disharmonious conglomeration of laws that passed the National Assembly by a .
- The only disharmonious note was sounded by the announcement that the Duchess Parcent and the Countess San Luis, women delegates chosen by General de Rivera, had resigned half an .
- Wu Yi in Economic Times
There have been some disharmonious notes in China-US relations this year. The inclination to politicise (trade) issues has increased,Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi said in her opening remarks to annual one-day trade talks. "Trade restrictions,...