Jarring

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English

Verb

jarring

  1. Present participle of jar.

Noun

Jarring (plural Jarrings)
  1. An act of jarring (in any sense).
    The jarring of peaches took place at the end of the season.

Adjective

Jarring (comparative more Jarring, superlative most Jarring)

  1. That jars (clashes or disagrees); incongruous, conflictful.

Thesaurus

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