dissonancy

dissonancy

[dis-uh-nuhn-see]
noun, plural dissonancies.
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dissonance or dissonancy (ˈdɪsənəns)
 
n
1.  a discordant combination of sounds
2.  lack of agreement or consistency
3.  music
 a.  Compare consonance a sensation commonly associated with all intervals of the second and seventh, all diminished and augmented intervals, and all chords based on these intervals
 b.  an interval or chord of this kind
 
dissonancy or dissonancy
 
n

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