noun dis·har·mo·ny \-nē\

: lack of agreement that often causes unhappiness or trouble

Full Definition of DISHARMONY

:  lack of harmony :  discord
dis·har·mon·ic \-här-ˈmä-nik\ adjective

Examples of DISHARMONY

  1. <having witnessed so much domestic disharmony while growing up, he was in no rush to join the ranks of the married>

First Known Use of DISHARMONY

circa 1602
Medical Dictionary


noun dis·har·mo·ny \(ˈ)dis-ˈhär-mə-nē\
plural dis·har·mo·nies

Medical Definition of DISHARMONY

:  lack of harmony—see occlusal disharmony


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