Definition of discordant :
1. Disagreeing; incongruous; being at variance; clashing; opposing; not harmonious.
2. Dissonant; not in harmony or musical concord; harsh; jarring; as, discordant notes or sounds.
3. Said of strata which lack conformity in direction of bedding, either as in unconformability, or as caused by a fault.
repugnant, confused, in contention, mutually exclusive, funky, on a collision course, idiosyncratic, funny, argumentative, grating, irreconcilable, bellicose, divisive, dinning, unhomogeneous, truculent, disputatious, feisty, non-homogeneous, bluesy, conglomerate, discrepant, variant, dissentious, disunited, eccentric, at loggerheads (with someone), unvocal, clangorous, confrontational, aggressive, harmonious, brawly, disagreeing, militant, classical, strange, at odds (with), inconsonant, bass, combative, flat, edgy, unresolved, miscellaneous, controversial, incongruent, rackety, divided, unreal, acoustic, rude, surreal, pugnacious, chippy, uncongenial, gladiatorial, warlike, mingled, agree, harmonic, factious, inharmonic, scrappy, at variance, atonal, assaultive, weird, at cross purposes, outlandish, mixed
different (part of speech: adjective)
disagreeing (part of speech: verb)
conflicting (part of speech: adjective)
colliding, rowing, bickering, dissenting, disharmonious, raucous, clashing, brawling, loath, antagonistic, harsh, dissident, feuding, antipathetic, warring, squabbling, hostile, tense, dissonant, clamoring, cacophonous, rioting, contentious
discordant (part of speech: adjective)
nonuniform (part of speech: adjective)
dissimilar (part of speech: adjective)
- He was whistling in a discordant strain some wild melody, and kicking his heels about like one possessed. - "The White Squaw", Mayne Reid.
- There was not a discordant touch about her. - "Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1896 to 1901", Lucy Maud Montgomery.
- In her heart, however, were discordant notes to which she was listening, having no ear for other sounds, were they ever so melodious. - "Lily Pearl and The Mistress of Rosedale", Ida Glenwood.