Synonym: clamor, conflict, difference, din, disagreement, dispute, friction, noise, racket. Antonym: accord, harmony. Similar words: discordant, discount, discourse, discourage, discouraged, scorn, score, cord. Meaning: ['dɪskɔːd] n. 1. lack of agreement or harmony 2. disagreement among those expected to cooperate 3. a harsh mixture of sounds 4. strife resulting from a lack of agreement. v. be different from one another.
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(1) A note of discord surfaced during the leaders' meeting.
(2) A note of discord crept into their relationship.
(3) A note of discord has crept into relations between the two countries.
(4) A note of discord surfaced during the proceedings.
(5) Our discord was originated by a quarrel.
(6) What's the authorities'attitude towards this discord?
(7) These two answers are in discord.
(8) The traffic sounds discord.
(9) A good deal of discord has arisen over the new construction project among the government officials.
(10) The verdict has increased racial discord in the country.
(11) Their discord provided accompaniment for the chase that now developed between the two beings.
(12) When two lines cross, the degree of discord varies with the included angle.
(13) Ill-treated hobgoblins can cause strife and discord, though, souring milk(sentencedict.com), tangling clothes and muddying floors for spite.
(14) As Amy came of age, discord between her parents escalated, and she was essentially on her own by age 15.
(15) Labour has no such discord, its theme having been specially written by Michael Kamen.
(16) Money is the single biggest cause of discord in marriage.
(17) The only note of discord came from fans who swamped the Middlesbrough switchboard complaining about the timing of the event.
(18) Temperament and discord 244 were in the air, too, and they erupted during a brief residency in Upstate New York.
(19) There has always been discord over NATO's role in world conflict.
(20) The apparent discord in those rulings has sent radio commentators, columnists and much of the public reeling.
(21) This in spite of suffering and discord, in spite of ignorance and general human failure.
(22) The contrasts between rich and poor nations are a source of discord.
(23) As a merger between genetic enterprises it is, like any other business with two partners, liable to discord. Sentencedict.com
(24) What was the relationship between new roofs and marital discord?
(25) A stunned character will find his mind cleared of discord by the blow!
(26) Clearly, their ties to the place remained, and no discord or rivalry over it seeps into family correspondence.
(27) His parents evidently did not suffer from drunkenness, gluttony, or excesses of marital discord.
(28) Edey said Avanesian acknowledged a long history of domestic discord with his wife.
(29) Mondrian and his colleagues in de Stijl considered this discord to be the ultimate concord and spacial equilibrium.
(30) The board prohibited the petition because it was controversial and would cause teachers to take opposing political positions, thereby creating discord.
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