Examples of discordance in a Sentence
there was a real discordance between the tough guys that the actor played in the movies and the wimp that he was in real life
the jarring discordance coming from the garage where the band was rehearsing
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Those 24 hours of overspilling discordance, however, seemed a significant moment in modern footballing history.
That discordance attracted notice when Ms. Winston Wolkoff was retained by the inaugural committee, which was led by the California real estate investor Thomas J. Barrack Jr., a longtime friend of Mr. Trump’s.
Adding to the discordance between the words and images is the fact that, as a clever video editor illustrated — King specifically preached against consumerism, and specificallycar commercials, during the very same sermon quoted in the ad.
At the Barrow Street Theatre, a three-piece orchestra pares Sondheim’s complexities but not the eerie discordance of his score.
There is such a thing as twin-twin discordance, Dr. Greves points out, which means the fetuses are growing at different rates inside the uterus.
Perhaps the clash between interactivity and narrative which Ebert had identified could be resolved by going meta—by making the discordance somehow essential to the story.
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conflict, disaccord, discord, discordancy, disharmony, dissension (also dissention), dissent, dissidence, dissonance, disunion, disunity, division, friction, infighting, inharmony, schism, strife, variance, war, warfare;
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