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Correct spelling:
lacking in harmony
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.
Examples of usage:
  1. 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.
  2. The man in whom worry and anxiety have become habitual likewise lives a discordant life. - "Practical Ethics", William DeWitt Hyde.
  3. A voice, a husky and discordant voice, broke in upon his meditations; Jack Nugent was also curious. - "At Sunwich Port, Complete", W.W. Jacobs.

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