Definition of inharmoniously in US English:

inharmoniously

adverb

  • See inharmonious

    • ‘They react inharmoniously and earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, etc, are the result.’
    • ‘And each lurched inward, inharmoniously with its neighbors, in the grip of the overall magnetic field.’
    • ‘His personal insecurities inharmoniously co-exist with a driving purpose.’
    • ‘To dance to imaginary rain gods or to chant and pray for a child dying of bacterial infection is not to live harmoniously with nature; it is to live most inharmoniously.’
    • ‘On the other hand, if texture is used inharmoniously, then it can becomes a negative factor.’

Pronunciation

inharmoniously

/ˌɪnhɑrˈmoʊniəsli//ˌinhärˈmōnēəslē/