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dis- +‎ harmony

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disharmony (countable and uncountable, plural disharmonies)

  1. The absence of harmony or concordance.
    • 2013, Luke Harding and Uki Goni, Argentina urges UK to hand back Falklands and 'end colonialism (in The Guardian, 3 January 2013)[1]
      Critics suggest that Fernández, an unashamed populist and nationalist, is seeking to deflect attention from social disharmony at home.

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  • Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd ed., 1989.

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