inharmonious

[in-hahr-moh-nee-uhs]
adjective
1.
not harmonious; discordant; unmelodious.
2.
not congenial or compatible; discordant; disagreeing: It was unpleasant to spend an evening with such an inharmonious group.

Origin:
1705–15; in-3 + harmonious

inharmoniously, adverb
inharmoniousness, noun
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inharmonious (ˌɪnhɑːˈməʊnɪəs)
 
adj
1.  Also: inharmonic lacking harmony; discordant
2.  lacking accord or agreement
 
inhar'moniously
 
adv
 
inhar'moniousness
 
n

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Example sentences
But here again, to those who have ears that care to hear, the effect is not
  finally inharmonious.
It does not appear so rich as the smaller church, but boasts of a little organ,
  which sent forth singularly inharmonious cries.
To her imagination the term had always suggested something grotesque and
  inharmonious.
Inharmonious land uses in the neighborhood must be identified.
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