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inharmonious

Line breaks: in|har¦mo¦ni|ous
Pronunciation: /ɪnhɑːˈməʊnɪəs
 
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Definition of inharmonious in English:

adjective

Not forming or contributing to a pleasing whole; discordant: an inharmonious, negative state of mind
More example sentences
  • One of the major factors is the issue of inharmonious industrial relations at work places which quite often has led to work stoppages.
  • Having removed every inconsistency from the sacred constitutions, hitherto inharmonious and confused, we extended our care to the immense volumes of the older jurisprudence…
  • Next comes Mars, designated to Aries and Scorpio because, according to Ptolemy, they are agreeable to its destructive and inharmonious nature, and form a hostile square aspect to the ‘houses’ of the luminaries.
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inharmoniously

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adverb
Example sentences
  • To dance to imaginary rain gods or to chant and pray for a child dying of bacterial infection is not to live harmoniously with nature; it is to live most inharmoniously.
  • His personal insecurities inharmoniously co-exist with a driving purpose.
  • And each lurched inward, inharmoniously with its neighbors, in the grip of the overall magnetic field.

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