Discord [noun]

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There are stories being created every time we forge alliances, as well as during times of rebellion, disagreement and discord.

Disinformation and discord spread like wildfire on social media, but so did important information and documentation of brutality, often via the newly popular medium of live streaming.

It’s that kind of vacuum of information that could potentially sow discord, spark chaos, and then get into the actual nightmare scenarios, which could range in any number of ways that could, I guess go up to even violence.

The pandemic, along with political turmoil and social unrest, has brought anxiety, heartbreak, righteous anger, and discord to many.

He has, in effect, boxed marketers in by making a resolution to the discord impossible without humiliating marketers.

The observer might well remain perplexed at the pathetic discord between human work and human wants.

Sir Richard Lundy went over to Percy, 'saying that he would no longer war in company with men in discord and at variance.'

It is a want of true politeness that introduces the discord and confusion which too often make our homes unhappy.

Leave, for their use, plenty of room, as silence or discord will come from a crowded orchestra.

I went out to-night to take a quiet walk upon this place, and the horrid brazen discord of these trumpeters set me half mad.