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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Hassett pushed back a bit on my suggestion of disharmony, noting that Trump’s trade actions on China were based in part on work his shop had done, estimating the cost to the US economy of intellectual property theft from China.
Without early treatment, these disharmonies worsen overtime and become more complicated to treat.
The nastiness, the level of disharmony that was going on, the personal invective.
Tillerson's awkward public contradiction of Trump's decision to agree to talks with North Korea, just hours earlier, was not the only public disharmony between Trump and his secretary of state in the days before his firing.
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.
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conflict, disaccord, discord, discordance, discordancy, dissension (also dissention), dissent, dissidence, dissonance, disunion, disunity, division, friction, infighting, inharmony, schism, strife, variance, war, warfare;
DISHARMONY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disharmony for English Language Learners
: lack of agreement that often causes unhappiness or trouble
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