dissonant music that might otherwise be found in a Kubrick film portend to the worst.
It was something more than harsh and dissonant, and it betrayed no lack of skill.
Benedict has made nice to Muslims since that dissonant Islam speech, praying at the Blue Mosque in Istanbul in 2006.
Their name is Legion, for they are many, and they speak with various and dissonant voices.
She was fitted to this landscape, whereas the other woman was alien and dissonant.
The very sky seemed full of the discordant tumult; wood and shore reverberated with the volume of convulsive and dissonant baying.
They were taller and bulkier than the Cambrians, and were speaking a dissonant English jargon.
His rhymes are often dissonant; in his Georgic he admits broken lines.
The ringers cracked a bell in Briarfield belfry; it is dissonant to this day.
To the writer at least, there remains one vital lack in Berlioz's music,—that of the dissonant element.