Definition of disharmonious:
- conflicting (part of speech: adjective)
- discordant (part of speech: adjective)
The composer of the epic pointed out that where the culture and character of the Challon neither permitted nor desired concealment of any sort, a race that lacked adequate communication would have no choice but to live as disharmonious groups of strangers, never truly knowing either their fellows or themselves.- "The Short Life", Francis Donovan.
Mr. Twist paced up and down the tea- room deep in thought that was obviously unpleasant and perplexed; Mrs. Bilton went to bed abruptly, after a short outpour of words to the effect that she had never seen so many Germans at once before, that her psyche was disharmonious to Germans, that they made her go goose- fleshy just as cats in a room made Mr. Bilton go goose- fleshy in the days when he had flesh to go it with, that she hadn't been aware the inn was to be a popular resort and rendezvous for Germans, and that she wished to speak alone with Mr. Twist in the morning; while the twins, feeling the ominousness of this last sentence,- as did Mr. Twist, who started when he heard it,- and overcome by the lassitude that had succeeded the shocks of the afternoon, a lassitude much increased by their having tried to finish up the pailsful of left- over ices and the huge piles of cakes slowly soddening in their own souring cream, went out together on to the moonlit verandah and stood looking up in silence at the stars.- "Christopher and Columbus", Countess Elizabeth Von Arnim.
To me came appreciations of their harmonies, and mingled with those perceptions were others of humanity- disharmonious, incoordinate, ever struggling, ever striving to destroy itself- There was a plaintive whinnying at the open door.- "The Metal Monster", A. Merritt.