inconsonant


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in·con·so·nant

 (ĭn-kŏn′sə-nənt)
adj.
Lacking harmony, agreement, or compatibility; discordant.

in·con′so·nance n.
in·con′so·nant·ly adv.

inconsonant

(ɪnˈkɒnsənənt)
adj
lacking in harmony or compatibility; discordant
inˈconsonance n
inˈconsonantly adv

in•con•so•nant

(ɪnˈkɒn sə nənt)

adj.
not consonant or in accord.
[1650–60]
in•con′so•nance, n.
in•con′so•nant•ly, adv.
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inconsonant

adjective
Devoid of harmony and accord:
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What we are witnessing here is something similar to what we had seen already in Scotus: in line with the sedimentation of Aristotelian natural philosophy in the new form of via moderna, there is developing a fresh moral consciousness, or practical philosophy, which is charged with accommodating some of the most acute infinite elements, embedded in Christian outlook but found inconsonant with the modern tenet of particularized reality (Schulthess and Imbach 1996:260261).