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Synonyms for discordant

Synonyms for discordant

devoid of harmony and accord

made up of parts or qualities that are disparate or otherwise markedly lacking in consistency

characterized by unpleasant discordance of sound

Synonyms for discordant

not in agreement or harmony

Antonyms

lacking in harmony

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After applying the discordancy measure, the second step was formulation of homogeneous regions.
The discordancy measure shows that no station has appeared to be discordant under such classification.
Critical values for 33 discordancy test variants for outliers in normal samples of very large sizes from 1,000 to 30,000, and evaluation of different regression models for the interpolation and extrapolation of critical values, Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Geologicas, 25 (3): 369-381.
For about fifteen years before James's Gifford Lectures, Binet, Janet, Breuer, Freud, and other psychologists had been charting the workings of the unconscious, and in speaking of "heterogeneous personality"--"a certain discordancy or heterogeneity in the native temperament of the subject, an incompletely unified moral and intellectual constitution"--James drew upon the wide range of discordancies they had examined.
The election comes at a time of tension and discordancy within the guild, following a lengthy commercial-actors strike and a barely averted walkout by movie and TV actors under Daniels.
State Constitutional Discordancy at the New York Court of Appeals, 12 Touro L.
Hypersecretors comprise a minority population of HIV-infected individuals in whom there is a discordancy between plasma viral load and genital viral load.
Finally, participant responses to a reference diagnosis of LSIL, HSIL, or squamous carcinoma were examined to identify the discordancy (false-negative) rate, attributable to a diagnosis of reparative change.
It says something to me about the contrast between an age when we could get confirmation of our bearings, when we were confident we could hear an independent echo at the back of all our sound and fury, and an age where ours seems to be the only sound (a sound whose growing violence and discordancy increasingly alarms us).
4) In that study, family physicians were concordant with the radiologist over 90% of the time, and all radiographs about which significant interpretation discordancy existed were selected for referral to a radiologist for a second interpretation.
This procedure has been recently used for generating precise and accurate critical values of 33 discordancy test variants (Verma and Quiroz-Ruiz, 2006a, 2006b, 2008, 2011; Verma et al.
Twins who share a gestational sac are more likely than 2-sac twins to suffer spontaneous loss, congenital anomalies, growth restriction and discordancy, preterm delivery, and neurologic morbidity.
Synchrony is not an indicator of discordancy," she said.
Distinct HIV discordancy patterns by epidemic size in stable sexual partnerships in sub-Saharan Africa.