disharmony

[dis-hahr-muh-nee]
noun, plural disharmonies.
1.
lack of harmony; discord.
2.
something discordant.

Origin:
1595–1605; dis-1 + harmony

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disharmony (dɪsˈhɑːmənɪ)
 
n , pl -nies
1.  lack of accord or harmony
2.  a situation, circumstance, etc, that is inharmonious
 
disharmonious
 
adj
 
dishar'moniously
 
adv

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Evil in the broadest sense merely means disharmony, since any kind of disharmony is a source of pain to somebody.
Probing beneath the surface of marriages, she uncovers the disharmony as well as an individual's urge to find an alternative life.
If not, the disharmony will bubble through the whole season.
Many traditional cultures recognize that war disrupts the natural order of life and causes spiritual disharmony.
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