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  • a  not in harmony
  • s  lacking in harmony of parts
    an inharmonious (or incongruous) mixture of architectural styles

  • THE MOST PAINFUL SCREECH The inharmonious notes emitted by such flops as Rags, Raggedy Ann, Into the Light and Honky Tonk Nights, which indicated that the once robust Broadway .
  • Whistles, large bells and trumpets joined in one concerted, inharmonious, deafening din.
  • Once more His Majesty's Indian subjects had shown themselves the most inharmonious group in the war-bound Empire.
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  • George Santayana in Times Online
    Anticipating surprise at this combination of convictions Santayana added: "I think you would not find my two voices inharmonious (I agree that they are different in pitch) if you did not live in America in the 20th century."

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