Synonym: disagreement, discord, dissonance. Similar words: dissent, dissenting, pension, tension, extension, dimension, suspension, dimensions. Meaning: [dɪ'senʃn] n. 1. disagreement among those expected to cooperate 2. a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters.
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1. This move sowed dissension within the party ranks.
2. Father's will caused much dissension among his children.
3. You won't sow dissension between us.
4. There are signs of dissension within the ruling political party.
5. The tax cut issue has caused dissension among administration officials.
6. The group dissolved in dissension.
7. Recent defeats had caused dissension in the army ranks.
8. Already, the dissension is limiting his flexibility in negotiations.
9. From his arrival, Greenhill caused dissension at Smith Barney.
10. These prejudicial policies often incite dissension within the Union.
11. There's dissension among the troops as I fall asleep.
12. Internal dissension as much as military repression was to prove the rebels' undoing in 1699.
13. As might be expected, there was some dissension during a series of random, informal interviews.
14. There was religious dissension in the holy city of Qom and disaffection in many of the tribal areas.
15. There is considerable dissension in the literature as to what precisely constitutes desertification.
16. But even before Edward's time, seeds of dissension had been sown.
17. Any dissension over transactions occurring before the treaty date would be decided by the president of the United States.
18. Sources with direct knowledge of the dissension in the U.N. ranks said the mission commander, Maj.
19. The main dissension in these books centres around two main questions.
20. House and Senate dissension will deepen this year, making it more difficult for consensus to be achieved on key issues.
21. The most dissension may come from competing rivals for higher office.
22. In practice, however, there was considerable dissension within the dar a!
23. The missionaries were not always aware of the dissension they sowed or of their part in the flowing of blood.
24. They were not torn by the strife and dissension produced by sectarianism seen in so many other places at that time.
25. However, even here there are signs of dissension within the ranks.
26. The decision was an uncomfortable one which had troubled Ministers over several months and caused dissension in the Labour Party.
27. Richard admitted that he had listened to the advice of people who were deliberately trying to sow dissension between them.
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28. Similarly radicals overstate the degree of unanimity among the medical profession, which is in fact riven with dissension and competing ideologies.
29. As we have seen, this second chance to debate the subject of dissension within the community was also rejected.
30. Mail was cut up and severely censored, or fabricated to sow dissension within families.
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