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dissymmetry

noun dis·sym·me·try \(ˌ)di(s)-ˈsi-mə-trē\

Definition of DISSYMMETRY

:  the absence of or the lack of symmetry
dis·sym·met·ric \(ˌ)di(s)-sə-ˈme-trik\ adjective

First Known Use of DISSYMMETRY

1845

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