undiscordant

undiscordant

(ˌʌndɪsˈkɔːdənt) or

undiscording

adj
1. not discordant; not disagreeing or disagreeable
2. (of sounds or music) not jarring; harmonious
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In September 1819, the month following Peterloo, Wordsworth chose to write a sentimental poem noteworthy only for its deliberate exclusion of recent events: "Yet will I temperately rejoice; / Wide is the range, and free the choice / Of undiscordant themes." (5) The late poetry is conventional in that it idealizes the past and argues against social change, and it is didactic in its moralizing tone.