Examples of disharmony in a Sentence
having witnessed so much domestic disharmony while growing up, he was in no rush to join the ranks of the married
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The unsettled free-agent market at times this week seemed to be driving baseball toward labor disharmony, with the players and their agents crying foul and the commissioner essentially telling them they have misplayed their hand this off-season.
The Lob City Clippers really didn't love one another, and as much as injuries capsized them, so did disharmony.
Rumours of disharmony surround the Saints camp at the minute, but a win against Huddersfield on Saturday could lift spirits if only for a short while.
The jury rendered a not-guilty decision in 1995, but America is still guilty of disharmony in 2017.
Publicly, Iowa officials wanted to prevent disharmony among the teams.
Since the warring spouses were connected to many of the nation’s highest officials, King James judged that this marital disharmony was disturbing the balance of the ruling elite and thus the stability of the state.
Then with reports that his locker room boiled with disharmony.
The disharmony comes about a month before the Salk holds its big annual community celebration, Symphony at Salk, which is meant to raise money for the faculty.
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First Known Use of disharmony
conflict, disaccord, discord, discordance, discordancy, dissension (also dissention), dissent, dissidence, dissonance, disunion, disunity, division, friction, infighting, inharmony, schism, strife, variance, war, warfare;
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