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Words Related to Agreement and Disagreement - Disagreement

Here you will learn some English words related to disagreement such as "against", "bicker", and "collide".

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Words Related to Agreement and Disagreement
to ask for trouble
[phrase]
to do something that is very likely to result in trouble or difficulty
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adversary
[noun]
a person that one is opposed to and fights or competes with
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against
[preposition]
in opposition to someone or something
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all hell break loose
[phrase]
used when a situation suddenly becomes very intense or chaotic
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altercation
[noun]
a noisy dispute
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anti
[preposition]
used to convey that one is against something
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to argue
[verb]
to speak to someone often angrily because one disagrees with them
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argument
[noun]
a discussion, typically a serious one, between two or more people with different views
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to argue with
[verb]
to deny a statement
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argumentative
[adjective]
(of a person) ready to argue and often arguing
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as a matter of fact
[adverb]
used to introduce a statement that provides additional information or clarifies a point, often emphasizing the truth or reality of a situation
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athwart
[preposition]
opposite to; against
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at loggerheads
[phrase]
in serious disagreement with someone
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at odds
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(of opinions) in complete disagreement with each other
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at each other's throats
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used when two or more people, groups, or organizations fight or disagree with one another
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bad feelings
[noun]
feeling of anger between people, particularly because of an argument
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to bang one's heads together
[phrase]
to forcefully make people stop arguing and start behaving appropriately
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battle
[noun]
a situation in which opposing sides argue or compete with one another to achieve something
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battle line
[noun]
the dividing line between opposing sides in a conflict or confrontation
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battleground
[noun]
a subject of dispute; a situation in which people disagree
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to beard the lion in his den
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to confront someone very powerful or dangerous in their area of control and strength, where they hold the advantage
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bellicose
[adjective]
displaying a willingness to start an argument, fight, or war
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bellicosity
[noun]
the desire to start an argument, fight, or war
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to be not having any of it
[phrase]
to be completely unwilling to do something
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to bicker
[verb]
to argue over unimportant things in an ongoing and repetitive way
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bickering
[noun]
argument over unimportant things
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to bite one's tongue
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to not say something, against one's wish, in order to avoid causing an argument or upsetting someone
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bone of contention
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a subject over which people disagree
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but
[conjunction]
said to introduce a statement that displays one's surprise, anger, or disagreement
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to carry on
[verb]
to continue talking
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challenging
[adjective]
causing disagreement or competition
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clash
[noun]
a serious argument between two sides caused by their different views and beliefs
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to clash
[verb]
to strongly and publicly argue or disagree with someone
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to collide
[verb]
(of people, their opinions, ideas, etc.) to seriously disagree
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collision
[noun]
a serious disagreement between people, ideas, opinions, etc.
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combative
[adjective]
eager and ready to start an argument or fight
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come off it
[interjection]
used to tell someone that they should stop saying or doing a particular thing
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to come out on top
[phrase]
to win an argument or other competitive situation
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conflict
[noun]
a strong disagreement, usually a prolonged one
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to conflict
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(of two ideas, opinions, etc.) to oppose each other
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to confront
[verb]
to face someone, particularly in a way that is unfriendly or threatening
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confrontation
[noun]
a situation of hostility or strong disagreement between two opposing individuals, parties, or groups
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confrontational
[adjective]
likely to cause arguments because of being aggressive
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contention
[noun]
strong disagreement
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contentious
[adjective]
inclined to argue or provoke disagreement
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to contradict
[verb]
to disagree with someone, particularly by asserting the opposite of their statement
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contrarian
[noun]
someone who acts against popular opinion, particularly in investment markets
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contretemps
[noun]
a slight disagreement or an unpleasant event that causes embarrassment
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controversial
[adjective]
causing a lot of strong public disagreement or discussion
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controversially
[adverb]
in a way that causes strong public disagreement
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controversy
[noun]
a strong disagreement or argument over something that involves many people
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