Meaning of “discordant” in the English Dictionary

"discordant" in British English

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discordantadjective

uk /dɪˈskɔː.dənt/ us /dɪˈskɔːr.dənt/

used to describe something that is not in agreement with something else:

Discordant opinions prevail even among good judges.
strike a discordant note formal

to look or sound different or wrong compared with everything else:

discordance
noun [ U ] /dɪˈskɔː.dəns/ /dɪˈskɔːr.dəns/

(Definition of “discordant” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)