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unharmonious

Line breaks: un|har¦mon¦ious
Pronunciation: /ʌnhɑːˈməʊnɪəs
 
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Definition of unharmonious in English:

adjective

Not harmonious: the unharmonious noise of town life
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  • It has recently been pointed out that music in traditional rites can be divided into harmonious and unharmonious.
  • It was such a strange transformation from total unharmonious discord to this really quite happening groove.
  • The heritage experts described the contemporary building - which the developers have called The Wave - as an ‘undistinguished, unharmonious and overbearing addition to the street scene’.

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