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