Unmelodiousness vs Nonharmony - What's the difference?

unmelodiousness | nonharmony |


As nouns the difference between unmelodiousness and nonharmony

is that unmelodiousness is the quality of being unmelodious while nonharmony is lack of harmony; unmelodiousness.

unmelodiousness

English

Noun

(-)
  • The quality of being unmelodious.
  • nonharmony

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • Lack of harmony; unmelodiousness.
  • *{{quote-news, year=2007, date=January 12, author=Kelefa Sanneh, title=Nice Night for a Norse Shout-Along (Bring Devil Horns), work=New York Times citation
  • , passage=“Bounded by Allegiance,” from “Isa,” was one highlight of Wednesday’s concert: Mr. Kjellson croaked in lovely nonharmony with the keyboardist Herbrand Larsen, who is also the band’s only crooner; Ivar Bjornson, the lead guitarist, played a sinuous solo; fans defied the club’s bouncers by starting a short-lived mosh pit. }}