discordant (part of speech: adjective)
He also translated the first two of the Eclogues of Virgil in singularly unmelodious
- "A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature", John W. Cousin.
To Fatty it was a mere mad and unmelodious
noise, but, reading the faces of the three men before him in the moonlight, he had sense enough to recognise his own limitations.
- "Corporal Cameron", Ralph Connor.
Then Polwarth said, in his low and husky, yet not altogether unmelodious
voice, Life eternal, this lady of thine hath a sore heart and we cannot help her.
- "Thomas Wingfold, Curate", George MacDonald.