jar (v.) Old form(s): iarre, iars
grate, sound discordantly
2H6 II.i.55[King to all, of the argument between Gloucester and Cardinal] When such strings jar, what hope of harmony?
TG IV.ii.65[disguised Julia to Host, of the music] it jars so
TS III.i.38[Bianca to Hortensio as Licio] O fie! The treble jars
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