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discordant

[dis-kawr-dnt]
adjective
1.
being at variance; disagreeing; incongruous: discordant opinions.
2.
disagreeable to the ear; dissonant; harsh.
3.
Geology. (of strata) structurally unconformable.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English discordaunt < Anglo-French < Latin discordant- (stem of discordāns), present participle of discordāre. See discord, -ant

discordantly, adverb
nondiscordant, adjective
undiscordant, adjective
undiscordantly, adverb
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discordant (dɪsˈkɔːdənt)
 
adj
1.  at variance; disagreeing
2.  harsh in sound; inharmonious
 
dis'cordantly
 
adv

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discordant
late 14c., discordaunt, from O.Fr. descordant, prp. of descorder (see discord).
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