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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Speaking after his side's 4-1 win over West Ham on Sunday afternoon - his first match since announcing his impending resignation last Friday - Wenger admitted that the disharmony among Gunners fans was 'hurtful' to the club's image.
After a complaint from members of Modi’s political party, Dixit was charged in a criminal complaint with promoting disharmony among different religious and other groups, a charge that carries a penalty of up to five years in jail.
The theme of music thus becomes a theme of disharmony, literally and figuratively.
Even now, though, there appears to be disharmony over the naming of the interim leader.
Yet the disharmony of an uncertain transmission, cabin materials that are nice from a distance but not so refined under inspection and advanced safety technology that is effective amid an oldish infotainment system causes a disconnect.
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.
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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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