disagreement[ dis-uh-gree-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF disagreement
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After all it might be nothing of vital importance, merely a girls' disagreement.
Bill grunted his disagreement with the diagnosis, and lapsed into silence.
Hermione remembered that, and realized that his silence had been caused by his disagreement.
She remained silent regarding the disagreement which separated them.
He seemed to think you two had had some sort of quarrel—or disagreement, you know.
But, search as she would, the actual subject of disagreement eluded her.
Did there appear to be any signs of disagreement between them?
If there had been any disagreement it vanished instantly with that misfortune.
But here, too, the disagreement is much less than would be supposed.
The chief points of disagreement were as to which causes were fundamental.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISAGREEMENT
- bone of contention
- difference of opinion