Definition of disharmony:
conflict (part of speech: noun)
- discordance (part of speech: noun)
- discord (part of speech: noun)
From this side, too, there is another cause for the undramatic character, in the stricter sense of Stevenson's work generally: it is, after all, distressful, unsatisfying, egotistic, for fancy is led at the beck of some pre- established disharmony which throws back an abiding and irremovable gloom on all that went before; and the free spontaneous grace of natural creation which ensures natural simplicity is, as said already, not quite attained.- "Robert Louis Stevenson a Record, an Estimate, and a Memorial", Alexander H. Japp.
- "The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day", Evelyn Underhill.
- "Pagan & Christian Creeds Their Origin and Meaning", Edward Carpenter.