Disagreement [noun]

Definition of Disagreement:

dispute, quarrel

Opposite/Antonyms of Disagreement:

Sentence/Example of Disagreement:

A lot of the things that we’re lacking right now, Carlos, in terms of being able to respect each other, have disagreements, but not walk away, burning down the house.

The problem of assay disagreement—that different tests produce different results—is well known among vaccine researchers.

Any disagreements about SEO particulars would get resolved as it was typically just a matter of language that Katie’s team documentation helped clarify.

Backlash to the FDA study exposed a fundamental disagreement between the agency and livestock biotechnologists.

Brian was in the middle of exiting his $120-million-valuation artificial intelligence startup Kairos over disagreements about whether or not its technology should be provided to law enforcement.

Some of the early disagreements stemmed from district spending on things like furniture and grew into more serious allegations.

Carson’s disputes with Brady, Kraft, and Hernandez sometimes stemmed from disagreements about district spending on things like furniture, school gardens, psychologists and counselors, records show.

Now, a new estimate from the Atacama Cosmology Telescope, or ACT, further entrenches this disagreement.

The statement that the Voice of San Diego made on July 4th was tactless and opportunistic, acting as an instigator in community disagreement.

There seemed to be no disagreement on the question of educating boys and girls of primary-school age together.