This paper presents two new time-domain feedback controllers that reject sinusoidal disturbances with known frequencies acting on an asymptotically stable linear time-invariant (LTI) system. The first controller is time-domain higher harmonic control (TD-HHC), which is effective for uncertain LTI systems. The second controller is time-domain adaptive higher harmonic control (TD-AHHC), which is effective for completely unknown LTI systems. TD-HHC requires an estimate of the control-to-performance transfer function evaluated at the disturbance frequencies. In contrast, TD-AHHC does not require any information regarding the LTI system. We analyze the stability and closed-loop performance of TD-HHC and TD-AHHC. For both TD-HHC and TD-AHHC, we show that the controller asymptotically rejects the disturbance. We present numerical simulations comparing TD-HHC and TD-AHHC with frequency-domain higher harmonic control (FD-HHC), which is an existing frequency-domain controller for rejection of sinusoidal disturbances. We also present results from acoustic disturbance rejection experiments, which demonstrate the practical effectiveness of both TD-HHC and TD-AHHC.