clash[ klash ]SEE DEFINITION OF clash
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Your ideas grow to clash with those held by every right-thinking man.
With the clash of our spells, no charm can redress our fate.
The swords flashed in the sun and then met with a clash that sounded far and near.
There was a clash of steel outside, followed by the beat of drum.
To the clash of their meeting came an echoing clash from beyond the table.
A shout went up, and was followed by a clash of gongs all up the river.
It was a man's voice, stern and clear as the clash of bells.
If they spoke in favor of the movement, they were in danger of a clash with the authorities.
The clash of the brass and the wail of the horns reached Bobby's ears.
It is curious, this clash of opinions; and it is plain that one or other party must be wrong.