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disaccord

noun affray, animosity, antagonism, argumentation, brawl, broil, caviling, clashing, cleavage, conflict, conflict of opinion, confrontation, contradiction, contrariety, contrariness, cross-purposes, debate, difference, disaffection, discongruity, discord, discordance, discordancy, discrepancy, disharmony, disparity, dispute, disruption, dissension, dissent, dissidence, dissonance, disunion, disunity, divergence, diversity of opinion, division, embranglement, embroilment, enmity, faction, failure to agree, falling out, feud, fracas, friction, heterodoxy, imbroglio, incompatibility, incongruence, inconsistency, inconsonance, inharmoniousness, inharmony, maladjustment, misalliance, nonagreement, nonconformity, noncooperation, odds, opposition, polemics, protest, quarrel, rift, row, schism, skirmish, split, squabble, strained relations, strife, tension, unconformity, variance

disaccord

verb ablude, altercate, argue, be at variince, bicker, brabble, brangle, break with, challenge, clash, conflict, contend, contradict, contravene, controvert, deny, deviate, differ, differ in opinion, disaffirm, disapprove, disavow, discept, disclaim, discredit, disharmonize, dispute, dissent, disunite, divaricate, divide, fall out, gainsay, have differences, have words with, hold opposite views, impugn, join issue, lack harmony, negate, object, oppose, protest, quarrel, rebut, redargue, refuse assent, refuse to accept, refuse to accnowledge, refuse to admit, refuse to consent, refute, remonstrate, repudiate, repugn, resist, run counter to, split, squabble, take exception, traverse, vary, withhold approval, withhold assent, wrangle
See also: altercation, argument, bicker, collide, conflict, contend, contention, contest, contradiction, controversy, deviation, differ, difference, disagreement, discord, discrepancy, disparity, dispute, dissension, dissent, dissidence, distinction, division, faction, feud, incompatibility, inconsistency, inequality, opposition, strife, variance, vary
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No salary scales are feasible under the present state of political disaccord, he added.
Paul writes to the Corinthians in the midst of division and disaccord.
A relationship of predecessor and successor might be valid between the images of revolting gecekondus totaly in disaccord with the status quo of 1970s and "angry outskirts" of 1990s.
It is important to note that a negative relationship between the 2009 dispute is in disaccord with Figure 1, according to which there should be a positive relationship between these two variables.
The city's echoing its rhythm but takes the lead with added vigour of the cars and racing bikes, and their unshakable in its perception creed of business to be done somehow strikes a disaccord.
17) Such policies are in disaccord with the ICPD Programme of Action, which directs States to provide sexual and reproductive services to all individuals, including adolescents.
Moreover, even though there is less disaccord among theoretical models on EPL's impact on employment flows, empirical studies reach different conclusions.
There are a few factors that have contributed to both Turkey and Israel's divergent view of their countries' regional roles that highlight the nature of the disaccord.
Such simplifications only serve to undermine the attempt to paint a larger, strategic portrait of ethnic conflicts in the world at large and therefore diminish the chance of transforming zones of disaccord into truly peaceful regions.
Cette difference est encore plus evidente lorsque l'on desagrege les donnees du Tableau 2 : parmi les repondants qui ont indique ne pas du tout prevoir quitter la fonction publique au cours des cinq prochaines annees (<< entierement en disaccord >> avec l'enonce), 70% sont des femmes (895 femmes sur un total de 1 284 repondants).
The archdiocese told local news outlets that, "Parents living in open disaccord with Catholic teaching in areas of faith and morals unfortunately choose by their actions to disqualify their children from enrollment.