dissension


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  • noun

Synonyms for dissension

Synonyms for dissension

Synonyms for dissension

disagreement among those expected to cooperate

a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters

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There were worrywarts who thought this actually could be a source of locker-room dissension for the Trojans.
Bobby Convey and DaMarcus Beasley seemed to suggest dissension within the team.
in this history of the global capitalist system over the course of the 20th century seems to be that having an integrated capitalist economy is the best hope for expanding global wealth but that ignoring the losers of the global capitalist system is the prime cause for the social dissension and conflict that can threaten such integration.
But all of this is supposedly divisive, and said to cause confusion and dissension.
He expressed his strong rejection of any foreign interference in Bahrain's internal affairs, asserting that any acts aiming to distabilise the kingdom and sow dissension among its citizens represent a dangerous encroachment on the whole GCC security and stability.
Although he has noticed dissension among Catholics, which he also attributes to subjective attitudes, he has confidence in God and "in the Church He has given us.
However, because there was obvious dissension in the ranks between the DOJ and the State Attorneys General mediation has broken down.
At the time of their launch, video recording technologies triggered initial dissension that was later followed by insouciance on the part of corporate media owners.
Shaikh Mohammed also appreciated the tremendous efforts currently made by the BTV staff to show reality of what is happening in the kingdom and respond to the other channels whose aim is to bring about dissension among the citizens of the same nation.
During the last year there has been much dissension in Russia's loosely knit, feud-prone democracy movement over the issue of support for Yeltsin (see "Scattered Opposition," March).
Tory dissension, combined with ministerial incompetence, has marginalised Britain in the EU and under-mined the strong defence which Scotland and Britain's fishing fleet should be getting.
There was no sign of dissension as Coleraine ripped Newry apart, Michael Surgeon scoring two of the four goals.
Yet it is a Leader of an Opposition Party who loses his office ensuring Tory dissension which will bring about the re-election of President Blair, who will then hand power to Commissar Brown, a man who would never win an election in his own right.
Abdullah bin Abdul Mohsin Al Turki denounced in a statement he issued today the Iranian interference in the GCC internal affairs voicing tremendous concern of the Islamic nations, centres and organizations over the statements of some Iranian officials which are fomenting divide and sectarian dissension among the GCC people.
In these uncertain times, this irrational dissension only serves to embolden those who want America wiped off the face of the Earth.