conflict

[ verb kuhn-flikt; noun kon-flikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF conflict

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFLICT

The West and the East were met in conflict,—the old and the new, the stale and the fresh.

Our reluctance for conflict should not be misjudged as a failure of will.

There had been in her gaze a conflict of emotions, strong and baffling.

In every case of a conflict of authority, we must "obey God rather than men."

They must always obey the law, so long as it does not conflict with the law of God.

Their will is law for their children, so long as it does not conflict with the law of God.

The conflict in the surrounding shrubbery had already almost ceased.

At the first hint of conflict, the whole team drew together and faced him.

It seems to be a case where the Hire and Lore classes come in conflict.

Rome, during this conflict, had remained in a sort of neutrality.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONFLICT

collision course

nounpath leading to conflict
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