inharmoniousness


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in·har·mo·ni·ous

 (ĭn′här-mō′nē-əs)
adj.
1. Not in harmony; discordant.
2. Not in accord or agreement.

in′har·mo′ni·ous·ly adv.
in′har·mo′ni·ous·ness n.
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Noun1.inharmoniousness - a lack of harmony
dissonance - disagreeable sounds
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At the onset, life is conceptualized by Eurasians as de-spiritualized with inharmoniousness infixed in human nature inherently, consistent with the notion of Yurugu (Ani, 1994).
(Deacon, 2003) Foucault's interpretation of productive power substantiates a combative view of politics that has not been constituted upon an ontology of forcefulness (there is not any inharmoniousness between aggressiveness and clear-headedness): it includes an immoderate, ontological claim concerning the character of reality, the latter being the outcome of social routines and endeavors over truth and impartiality.
Sometimes the shape of the standard endotracheal tube can not conform to the anatomy of the airway and this inharmoniousness is probably the most injurious factor of tracheal intubation.