discord[ noun dis-kawrd; verb dis-kawrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF discord
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCORD
I should set jarring a discord in your life for which it was never meant.
At the same time, each successive day of discord increased his anxiety.
The greatest good of a State is unity; the greatest evil, discord and distraction.
Shall we, after the manner of Homer, pray the Muses to tell us 'how discord first arose'?
And therefore has neither more nor less of discord, nor yet of harmony?
Is it not then reasonable that out of agreement should spring concord rather than discord?
That flag is the signal of European jealousy—the apple of discord.
The discord, I think, is called the wolf note, and it is well named.
At any other time the sound of his name would have made a discord for her.
The music was discord—every thing she saw was disgusting—in a word, she was miserable.