Definition of disconsonancy in English:

disconsonancy

Pronunciation /dɪˈskɒnsənənsi/ /dɪˈskɒns(ə)nənsi/

noun

  • The quality of being disconsonant; lack of accord or harmony; incongruity.

    Apparently not recorded in 19th century.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in John Davies (1625–1693), translator. From disconsonant see -ancy.