But a man-made code that is inharmonious with the moral law is an unjust law.
Throughout his life, Froebel felt with keen pain all that was discordant or inharmonious in human society.
The connection is often abrupt and inharmonious, and far from clear.
At all events it was rhyme, and the lines were of the same length and not inharmonious.
Their music is for the most part religious, inharmonious, and unmelodious.
His figures are clumsy and brutal and inharmonious in colour, but his landscapes have the merit of a robust simplicity of vision.
It was all so grotesque, so empty, so play-actor-like—so inharmonious with Death!
The contrast between the majestic, imperial plan of Napoleon and the petty, inharmonious scheme of Prussia is incredible.
Who will mate them, and re-arrange their inharmonious combinings?
One, mounted higher than the rest, acts either as the leader of the inharmonious chorus, or does the duty of sentinel.