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See definition of infighting on Dictionary.com
  • as infaction
  • as inrough-and-tumble

synonyms for infighting

  • disagreement
  • discord
  • disharmony
  • dissension
  • disunity
  • division
  • friction
  • quarrelsomeness
  • rebellion
  • sedition
  • tumult
  • turbulence
  • divisiveness
  • fighting
  • rumble
  • struggle

antonyms for infighting

MOST RELEVANT
  • accord
  • agreement
  • calm
  • calmness
  • harmony
  • peace
  • conformity
  • entirety
  • total
  • unity
  • whole
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    How to use infighting in a sentence

    He soon realized, however, that the billion-dollar enterprise was characterized more by infighting and shifting goals than by breakthrough science.
    HOW BIG SCIENCE FAILED TO UNLOCK THE MYSTERIES OF THE HUMAN BRAINEMILY MULLINAUGUST 25, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
    Other major bills, such as those dealing with voting rights and policing, have become bogged down in partisan infighting.
    SCHUMER, A LEADER MORE LIKED THAN FEARED, FACES TEST OF WHETHER HE CAN DELIVER THE ‘BIG AND BOLD’ AGENDA HE’S PROMISEDMIKE DEBONISJULY 29, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    Despite years of infighting, viral clips of tense exchanges and subsequent tweets defending her stances, McCain co-hosted the daytime talk show for four seasons before announcing she would hang up her hat.
    MEGHAN MCCAIN TO EXIT ‘THE VIEW’ AFTER TUMULTUOUS FOUR-SEASON RUNSONIA RAOJULY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    The New York Times missed out on a potentially lucrative deal to adapt its reporting on the GameStop stock-market drama into a feature film, thanks to infighting between the paper and one of its high-profile business reporters.
    HOW INFIGHTING KILLED THE NY TIMES’ CHANCE AT A GAMESTOP MOVIE DEALLACHLAN CARTWRIGHT, MAXWELL TANIJUNE 17, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
    It also succumbed to the atomization and political infighting so endemic to the social movements of the era.
    COVID-19 HAS MADE HOUSEWORK MORE VISIBLE, BUT IT STILL ISN’T VALUEDKEVIN SAPEREAPRIL 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    That takes more, though, than what’s become the stereotypical campaign book fare of staff infighting and blind quotes griping.
    THE TRAILER: ELECTION CONSPIRACY THEORIES ARE HERE TO STAY. IS THE FILIBUSTER?DAVID WEIGELMARCH 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    More than just generational infighting, this conversation is a way of deepening our understanding of the past and sharpening our priorities in the present.
    FROM BRITNEY TO BUFFY, WE'RE SUDDENLY RETHINKING POSTFEMINIST POP CULTURE—AND NOTHING COULD BE HEALTHIERJUDY BERMANMARCH 2, 2021TIME
    Democrats are second to none when it comes to self-recriminations and infighting — even when they win.
    THIS IS HOW MUCH TROUBLE REPUBLICANS ARE INJENNIFER RUBINNOVEMBER 9, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    “In search of healing,” by Gene WeingartenGetting ready for the post-election infighting.
    THE TRAILER: REPUBLICANS BUILD THEIR OWN FAN CLUBS IN IOWADAVID WEIGELOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    These historical divides within the media companies can put the companies’ futures at risk if they lead to infighting that would scuttle their streamers’ development.
    MAJOR MEDIA REORGANIZATIONS AIM TO BRIDGE THE DIVIDE TO COMPANIES’ STREAMING FUTURESTIM PETERSONOCTOBER 14, 2020DIGIDAY
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    WORDS RELATED TO INFIGHTING

    • disagreement
    • discord
    • disharmony
    • dissension
    • disunity
    • division
    • divisiveness
    • friction
    • infighting
    • quarrelsomeness
    • rebellion
    • sedition
    • tumult
    • turbulence
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.