Meaning of discordantly in English:

discordantly

adverb

See discordant

  • ‘Supposedly intelligent but extremely short-sighted members of our society shouted discordantly, ‘Houses before horses.’’
  • ‘Very dimly he could hear men roaring at each other, the cacophony of their voices jarring discordantly against each other.’
  • ‘Her laughter rises to meet his, blending discordantly, pitch against pitch until I can't take anymore, but they don't stop.’
  • ‘Somewhat discordantly, he also found that 71% of teenagers expect to be successful.’
  • ‘Inside the inner workings came a metallic screech of gears clashing discordantly.’

Pronunciation

discordantly

/dɪˈskɔːd(ə)ntli/