discord

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Tension or strife resulting from a lack of agreement; dissension
To disagree; to be at variance; to fail to agree or harmonize; clash
Lack of concord, agreement or harmony among persons, groups, or things
An inharmonious combination of simultaneously sounded tones; a dissonance
Any harsh noise, or confused mingling of sounds
absence of harmoniousness
{n} a disagreement, opposition, anger, strife
{v} to disagree, differ, not suit
be different from one another
A dissonant or disharmonious combination of sounds In strict harmony, it must be resolved or followed by a concordant sound Search Google com for Discord
lack of agreement or harmony
a harsh mixture of sounds
disagreement, conflict
A combination of notes that sounds imcomplete and strikes unpleasantly on the ear
strife resulting from a lack of agreement
disagreement among those expected to cooperate
Inconvenient; troublesome; incommodious
Union of musical sounds which strikes the ear harshly or disagreeably, owing to the incommensurability of the vibrations which they produce; want of musical concord or harmony; a chord demanding resolution into a concord
To deprive of privileges
Discord is disagreement and argument between people. = conflict
Deserving, disapprobation or blame
Blame; censure; reproach
Lack of agreement among persons, groups, or things
A confused or harsh sound or mingling of sounds
strife resulting from a lack of agreement disagreement among those expected to cooperate lack of agreement or harmony To expose to censure or ill favor; to put out of the good graces of any one
To discommode
Disadvantage; inconvenience
To deprive of a commission or trust
{i} disagreement, disharmony (between people or things); harsh and unpleasant sound; unharmonious combination of sounds (Music)
Music. An inharmonious combination of simultaneously sounded tones; a dissonance
Want of concord or agreement; absence of unity or harmony in sentiment or action; variance leading to contention and strife; disagreement; applied to persons or to things, and to thoughts, feelings, or purposes
To deprive of the right of common
One who discommends; a dispraiser
A lack of common possessions
To put inconvenience; to incommode; to trouble
To disagree; to be discordant; to jar; to clash; not to suit
To deprive of commonable quality, as lands, by inclosing or appropriating
dissonance
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apple of discord
An object or topic which sows dissension and anger
apples of discord
plural form of apple of discord
discordant
serodiscordant
discordant
of a differing type of rock cutting across a formation

dikes may be discordant to country rock if they intrude at a high angle to the bedding.

discordant
harsh or dissonant sounding
discordant
incompatible
discordant
{a} disagreeing, inconsistent, opposite
discordantly
{a} inconsistently, contradictorily
apple of discord
object of controversy or conflict, apple thrown into a banquet of gods and goddesses by the goddess discord (Classical Mythology)
apple of discord
(classical mythology) a golden apple thrown into a banquet of the gods by Eris (goddess of discord--who had not been invited); the apple had `for the fairest' written on it and Hera and Athena and Aphrodite all claimed it; when Paris (prince of Troy) awarded it to Aphrodite it began a chain of events that led to the Trojan War
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Dissonant; not in harmony or musical concord; harsh; jarring; as, discordant notes or sounds
discordant
A geologic body, such as a dike or vein, which cuts across primary rock structures such as bedding
discordant
To deprive of privileges
discordant
not in agreement or harmony; "views discordant with present-day ideas" lacking in harmony To expose to censure or ill favor; to put out of the good graces of any one
discordant
To deprive of the right of common
discordant
not having the same serostatus, for example a couple in which one partner is HIV positive and the other is HIV negative
discordant
Something that is discordant is strange or unpleasant because it does not fit in with other things. His agenda is discordant with ours
discordant
Inconvenient; troublesome; incommodious
discordant
To deprive of a commission or trust
discordant
Dissonant
discordant
To deprive of commonable quality, as lands, by inclosing or appropriating
discordant
lacking in harmony
discordant
Disadvantage; inconvenience
discordant
To put inconvenience; to incommode; to trouble
discordant
One who discommends; a dispraiser
discordant
{s} inharmonious, unmelodious; incompatible, incongruous; not in agreement
discordant
A pair of cases for two ordered data variables in which the value of one variable for the first case is higher (or lower) than its value in the second case, and the relative relationship is switched for the second variable For example, the following pair is discordant: X1 X2 10 100 20 50
discordant
To discommode
discordant
Deserving, disapprobation or blame
discordant
A twin pair (or set of individuals) in which one member exhibits a certain trait and the other does not
discordant
not in agreement or harmony; "views discordant with present-day ideas"
discordant
not in harmony or accord
discordant
Blame; censure; reproach
discordant
Disagreeing; incongruous; being at variance; clashing; opposing; not harmonious
discordant
A lack of common possessions
discordant
A discordant sound or musical effect is unpleasant to hear
discordant
lacking in harmony To expose to censure or ill favor; to put out of the good graces of any one
discordant
Said of strata which lack conformity in direction of bedding, either as in unconformability, or as caused by a fault
discordantly
in a discordant manner; "the piece ended discordantly
discordantly
In a discordant manner
discordantly
in angry tones; inharmoniously, unmelodiously, dissonantly
discords
plural of discord
strike a note of discord
make a protestation, object
discord

    Hyphenation

    dis·cord

    Turkish pronunciation

    dîskôrd

    Pronunciation

    /ˈdəskôrd/ /ˈdɪskɔːrd/

    Etymology

    [ 'dis-"kord ] (noun.) 13th century. C.1230, Middle English descorde, discorde; from Anglo-Norman, Old French descort (derivative of descorder), descorde (“disagreement”); from Latin discordia, from discord-, discors (“disagreeing, disagreement”), from dis- (“apart”) + cor, cordis, cord-, cors (“heart”) Verb derives from Middle English discorden, from Anglo-Norman, Old French descorder, from Latin discordāre, from discord-, as above.

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