pattern

Words Related to Agreement and Disagreement - Disagreement and Opposition 5

Here you will learn some English words related to disagreement and opposition, such as "quarrel", "provoke", and "protest".

review-disable

Review

flashcard-disable

Flashcard

spelling-disable

Spelling

quiz-disable

Quiz

Start Learning
Words Related to Agreement and Disagreement
to part company
[phrase]
to disagree over something
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to part ways
[phrase]
to disagree over something
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to pick a fight
[phrase]
to intentionally provoke or initiate a conflict or argument with someone
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
polarity
[noun]
the opposition between two opinions, tendencies, etc.
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
polarization
[noun]
a split between two opposing groups
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to polarize
[verb]
to be divided into two opposing groups
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to protest
[verb]
to show disagreement by taking action or expressing it verbally, particularly in public
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
protest
[noun]
strong objection to or disapproval of something; actions or words that display this
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
provocation
[noun]
a statement or action that causes anger or is intended to make someone upset or angry
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
provocative
[adjective]
causing anger or argument, particularly intentionally
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
provocatively
[adverb]
in a manner that causes anger or argument, particularly intentionally
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to provoke
[verb]
to intentionally annoy someone so that they become angry
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
pugnacious
[adjective]
eager to start a fight or argument
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
pugnaciously
[adverb]
in a way that displays eagerness to start a fight or argument
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
pugnacity
[noun]
eagerness to start a fight or argument
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to quarrel
[verb]
to have a serious argument
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
quarrel
[noun]
a serious argument, usually between people who know each other well
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
quarrelsome
[adjective]
arguing a lot
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to quibble
[verb]
to argue over unimportant things or to complain about them
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
quibble
[noun]
a minor criticism or complaint about something that is not important
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
rift
[noun]
an end to a friendly relationship between people or organizations caused by a serious disagreement
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
riven
[adjective]
(of a group of people) divided by disagreements, particularly violently
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
row
[noun]
a noisy bitter argument between countries, organizations, people, etc.
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
ruckus
[noun]
a noisy argument or activity
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
ructions
[noun]
angry arguments or complaints
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
run-in
[noun]
a fight or argument, particularly with someone with authority
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
scene
[noun]
a heated argument, particularly in public
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
schism
[noun]
a division between a group of people caused by their disagreement over beliefs or views
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
scrap
[noun]
a brief quarrel or fight
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
set-to
[noun]
a minor argument or fight
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
shit stirrer
[noun]
someone who tries to aggravate an argument or enjoys doing so
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
shitstorm
[noun]
a situation of violent disagreement
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
shot
[noun]
a remark that is critical
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
shouting match
[noun]
a loud argument
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
showdown
[noun]
a fight, test, or argument that will resolve a prolonged disagreement
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
shrewish
[adjective]
(of a woman) aggressive, unpleasant, and always arguing
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
side
[noun]
one of the people or groups involved in an argument, contest, etc.
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
skirmish
[noun]
a short argument, particularly between political rivals
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to skirmish
[verb]
to engage in a short argument
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
slugfest
[noun]
an argument in which people talk to each other in an offensive way
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
someone started it
[phrase]
used to say who is at fault for causing an argument or fight
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to spar
[verb]
to argue with someone in a pleasant way
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to spark up
[verb]
to start a friendship, conversation, quarrel, etc.
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
sparring partner
[noun]
someone with whom one regularly has friendly arguments
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
spat
[noun]
a short quarrel about a matter that is unimportant
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
split
[noun]
separation between a group of people caused by disagreement
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to split
[verb]
to cause a group of people to be divided into smaller groups because of having different opinions or views
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
squabble
[noun]
a noisy argument over an unimportant matter
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
to squabble
[verb]
to noisily argue over an unimportant matter
leitner
wordlist
dictionary link
LanGeek
Download LanGeek app