Synonym: controversy, dispute, fighting, squabble. Antonym: peace. Similar words: trifle, strip, string, strict, strike, austria, austrian, strike off. Meaning: [straɪf] n. 1. lack of agreement or harmony 2. bitter conflict; heated often violent dissension.
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(1) Poverty breeds strife.
(2) A careless word may kindle strife; a cruel word may wreck a life, a timely word may level stress, a loving word may heal and bless.
(3) What are the prospects for overcoming the strife between the Christian minority and Muslim majority?
(4) The reactionary ruling clique was torn by internal strife.
(5) He lost his job during last year's industrial strife.
(6) Racial strife is tearing our country apart.
(7) The country was torn apart by strife.
(8) Money is a major cause of strife in many marriages.
(9) Twenty years of civil strife have left the country's economy in ruins.
(10) Class consciousness must be encouraged through industrial strife.
(11) Ill-treated hobgoblins can cause strife and discord, though, souring milk(sentence dictionary), tangling clothes and muddying floors for spite.
(12) In opposition, the fratricidal strife within the Labour Party became stronger.
(13) Inflation creates strife, as different groups in society struggle to restore their living standards.
(14) His final model of civil strife is depicted in Figure 5.1.
(15) After a week of civil strife, Jerusalem itself was captured by the rebels.
(16) Problems such as deadlines, noise, marital strife, excessive demands made on our time by others, and so forth.
(17) The country has been torn apart by years of civil strife.
(18) We do not intend to be drawn into the internal strife.
(19) On the day of the wedding, just for a short while, all strife was laid aside.
(20) In the end, there was no end to the strife, though neither Hooke nor Huygens produced a true marine timekeeper.
(21) They blamed the republic's nationalistic coalition government for the slide into civil strife.
(22) If pushed too hard at this critical moment he could impose emergency rule and provoke far greater strife.
(23) Don't you deserve a break from the stress and the strife?
(24) The Rockefeller episode vividly demonstrates the Republican appetite for strife.
(25) We make a collective decision, together, for peace or for strife.
(26) How can a struggling organization escape this pernicious cycle of perpetual reaction and strife?
(27) Ethically, it is impossible to redistribute income intentionally in a developing country to see if civil strife erupts.
(28) For a considerable part of the intervening period there was recurrent civil strife between magnate and dynastic factions.
(29) What kind of love was theirs, that it brought strife instead of peace?
(30) Critics were quick to blame the government for the new levels of strife and violence in labour relations.
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