Discordant [adjective]

Definition of Discordant:

not in harmony; conflicting

Opposite/Antonyms of Discordant:

Sentence/Example of Discordant:

The discordant figures, combined with the dearth of publicly available data, may make it more difficult for the company to build public confidence in its doses.

It appealed to my musical sense, because it was done in a harmonious way — it was not discordant.

The loss of Sami Whitcomb, a combo guard and champion who has left the bubble to be with her wife as she gives birth, is the only discordant basketball note heading into this series for Seattle.

The other problem is that the Democratic party remains discordant.

The voices of Edna's disbanding guests jarred like a discordant note upon the quiet harmony of the night.

During all this time they howl continually in a most discordant manner, and make the most hideous faces.

"I returned day before yesterday," he answered, while he leaned his arm on the keys, bringing forth a crash of discordant sound.

Its discordant clashes sweep upward in one harmonious tone that blends with the music of other worlds—to complete God's orchestra.

We have seen the clashing reports of Buddha, the following reports of the son of Mary are equally discordant.

The tugs backed clear of her, and lent their shrill voices to the discordant concert.