Dissension [noun]

Definition of Dissension:

conflict of opinion

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Sentence/Example of Dissension:

The tone of the dissension is that somehow the Buckeyes strategized this way, that they voluntarily shrank their schedule or dodged opponents.

Dissension soon arose in the family propos of young Baudelaire's desire for a literary career.

He told us himself that, in this time of public dissension, he was resolved to make his fortune.

George therefore started on his work of sowing dissension between them with something in his favour.

The Roman sky was overshadowed with clouds both of foreign invasion and internal dissension.

The only chance of dissension is about the 'partition of the spoil.'

This caused discussion and dissension in the nation, and a law was made which banished the goose which had the vision.

This caused great dissension between them when discovered by Mr. Nicholson.

Evidently she consented to the recurrence of a vexatious dissension for the enjoyment of having him with her hourly.

While our land was torn with dissension, the Indians cunningly planned a general uprising.