Definition of inconsonance in English:


Pronunciation /inˈkäns(ə)nəns/ /ɪnˈkɑns(ə)nəns/



See inconsonant

‘The artist's Pantone color play, which brings to mind the eccentric palette of the late Paul Feeley, highlights the paintings' perceptual inconsonance.’
  • ‘Due to inconsonance between intellectual and emotional development, this species is extremely volatile and bellicose.’
  • ‘It is the inconsonance between the organs or within one or more of the three organs that causes turbulence in a nuclear deterrence relationship.’
  • ‘Researchers have used a variety of approaches; this variety, in turn, has led to an inconsonance in the overall findings concerning ‘job lock.’’
  • ‘This inconsonance brings about much disarrangement, such as pollution, heat island, overburden of resource and waste, etc.’