Thesaurus / strife
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That sense of abandon and determination guarantees that the next era of social strife might once again find Gang of Four as its soundtrack.
They’re essentially a purple-cloud plot device for everything that comes afterward — several centuries of geopolitical strife.
Human migration, historically, has been driven by the pursuit of prosperity even more so than it has by environmental strife.
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Ethiopia, meanwhile, has been filled with political and civil strife in the 30 years she has been gone.
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Never would the instance that had brought turmoil and strife into his life trouble him again.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
Woe is me, my mother: why hast thou borne me a man of strife, a man of contention to all the earth?
The utmost circumspection became necessary, and the young preacher had to bear up against much strife and opposition.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
Midway down the page was more about the threatened strife in the numbers racket.
It shocked me greatly, she said; but perhaps the old man is happier in a world far from strife and care.
THE FIFTH STRING JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
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