absonant /ˈabs(ə)nənt/


I. adjective

‹archaic› discordant or unreasonable.
– origin mid 16th cent.: from Latin ab- ‘away, from’ + sonant- ‘sounding’ (from the verb sonare), on the pattern of words such as dissonant.

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