Alternative forms edit
- discordaunt (obsolete)
- Not in harmony or accord.
- 2021 September 15, Laura Martin, “How talent shows became TV's most bizarre programmes”, in BBC:
- With this shift in both what shows are being made, and in what viewers desire, the genre hearteningly appears to be reverting to its roots of being an entertainment spectacular, giving the space for novelty and mad-cap amusement that's presented in a warm and humorous way. After a discordant patch, it's in tune again – even if some auditionees, as ever, are not.
- Harsh or dissonant-sounding.
- (public health) Serodiscordant.
- (geology) Of a differing type of rock cutting across a formation.
- Dikes may be discordant to country rock if they intrude at a high angle to the bedding.
- (mathematics) Of opposite sign.
Related terms edit
not in harmony or accord
serodiscordant — see serodiscordant
geology: of a differing type of rock cutting across a formation
mathematics: of opposite sign
Further reading edit
Declension of discordant