The adjective discordant means something that is strange or unpleasant because it does not fit in with other things.
Synonyms are cacophonous, clashing, dissonant, or divergent.
The word origins from Old French (late 14th century) descordant, present participle of descorder and directly from Latin discordare meaning “be at variance, differ, quarrel”, from discors meaning “disagreeing, disagreement”.
Her goal is discordant with ours.
The usual comments are harsh and discordant but many are still posting.
It is difficult to bring together a number of discordant elements.