disharmonism

disharmonize

[dis-hahr-muh-nahyz]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), disharmonized, disharmonizing.
to make or be inharmonious.
Also, especially British, disharmonise.


Origin:
1795–1805; dis-1 + harmonize

disharmonism [dis-hahr-muh-niz-uhm] , noun
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disharmonize

verb
cause to sound harsh and unpleasant 
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