Definition of disharmony in English:



mass noun
  • Lack of harmony or agreement.

    ‘we will become evermore a nation of social disharmony’
    • ‘Matrimonial disharmony ensued and the affairs began.’
    • ‘Partition politics is the product of communal disharmony.’
    • ‘Intolerance is the mother of hatred, divisiveness and disharmony.’
    • ‘The golfing spree is feared to further deepen the social disharmony between the haves and have-nots.’
    • ‘The attack, on the contrary, showed a streak of disharmony and inconsistency.’
    • ‘With disharmony mounting, relevance should not be a problem.’
    • ‘Like music, gaming can produce harmony with good time management or disharmony through poor use of time.’
    • ‘It is a recipe for disaster and disharmony in every way.’
    • ‘In the absence of the spirit of free inquiry and free enterprise, slowly but surely we are heading towards greater social disharmony.’
    • ‘At present, there is racial discord and disharmony among ethnic groups in our country.’
    • ‘Besides, the impact of such an eventuality would bring disharmony and bitterness among students.’
    • ‘On the other hand, disharmony or lack of cooperation among these institutions caused the regular army enormous difficulties.’
    • ‘The soaring apartment prices are also causing serious social disharmony between the haves and have-nots.’
    • ‘No wonder there is disharmony between struggling parents.’
    • ‘It releases negativity and disharmony and brings balance and health.’
    • ‘While snoring does not cause serious health problems, it can causes marital disharmony.’
    • ‘This situation has created disharmony, confusion and chaos.’
    • ‘They are hell bent on creating division and disharmony.’
    • ‘A lot of men I speak to are finding that the onset of organisationally-challenged middle age is causing disharmony at home.’
    • ‘Western science has no place for religion and it sets the scene therefore for disharmony and discordance with it.’
    discord, friction, strife, conflict, hostility, acrimony, bad blood, bad feeling, enmity, dissension, disagreement
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