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discordancy

noun dis·cor·dan·cy \-dən-sē\
plural dis·cor·dan·cies

Definition of DISCORDANCY

Examples of DISCORDANCY

  1. <the discordancy between the film's flamboyant cinematography and its otherwise somber mood>

First Known Use of DISCORDANCY

1607

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