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- Correct spelling:
- different (adjective)
- unlike, conflicting, asymmetric, divergent, contrasting, unmatched, distinct, heterogeneous, nonuniform, varying, unequal, contradictory, unalike, dissimilar, contrary, mismatched, abnormal, disparate, differing, various, diverse, different.
- conflicting (adjective)
- differing, loath, disharmonious, clamoring, dissident, dissonant, contentious, feuding, conflicting, brawling, raucous, tense, rioting, hostile, warring, cacophonous, bickering, clashing, harsh, rowing, colliding, squabbling, dissenting, antipathetic, antagonistic.
- discordant (adjective)
- differing, unmelodious, fricative, dissonant, unharmonious, disharmonious, inharmonious, jarring, quarrelsome, hostile, unmusical, contentious, discord, cacophonous, conflicting, antagonistic, tuneless.
- nonuniform (adjective)
- nonuniform, different, divergent, varying, diverse, multifarious, heterogeneous, varied, dissimilar, deviating.
- dissimilar (adjective)
- opposite, dissimilar, divergent, unalike, contrary, unlike, inconsistent, disparate, nonuniform, heterogeneous, distinct, different, aberrant.
- Other synonyms:
- inharmonic, discrepant, dissentious, unharmonious, dissonant, factious, divisive, inharmonious, disharmonious, at variance.
- Common misspellings:
- dischordant (50%)
- discordent (50%)
- Examples of usage:
He is a product of modern days, almost the latest, and as he goes from cottage door to cottage door, the discordant uproar of his trumpet is a sign of the times. - - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies.
The man in whom worry and anxiety have become habitual likewise lives a discordant life. - - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies. - "Practical Ethics", William DeWitt Hyde.
A voice, a husky and discordant voice, broke in upon his meditations; Jack Nugent was also curious. - - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies. - "Practical Ethics", William DeWitt Hyde. - "At Sunwich Port, Complete", W.W. Jacobs.
- He is a product of modern days, almost the latest, and as he goes from cottage door to cottage door, the discordant uproar of his trumpet is a sign of the times.
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