Etymology
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discordance (n.)

mid-14c., discordaunce, "improper behavior;" late 14c., "disagreement, want of accord," from Old French discordance and directly from Medieval Latin; see discord (v.) + -ance. Related: Discordancy.

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Definitions of discordance

discordance (n.)
a harsh mixture of sounds;
Synonyms: discord
discordance (n.)
strife resulting from a lack of agreement;
Synonyms: discord
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