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synonyms for strife

  • animosity
  • bickering
  • clash
  • conflict
  • controversy
  • disagreement
  • discord
  • dispute
  • dissension
  • disunity
  • fighting
  • friction
  • quarrel
  • rivalry
  • squabble
  • warfare
  • wrangle
  • wrangling
  • affray
  • altercation
  • argument
  • blowup
  • brawl
  • combat
  • competition
  • contention
  • contest
  • difference
  • dissent
  • dissidence
  • emulation
  • faction
  • fuss
  • hassle
  • spat
  • static
  • striving
  • variance
  • words
  • factionalism
  • squabbling
  • tug of war
See also synonyms for: strives
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antonyms for strife

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  • accord
  • agreement
  • concurrence
  • harmony
  • peace
  • calm
  • conformity
  • truce
  • unity
  • success
  • victory
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How to use strife in a sentence

Their bonds become solid and even unshakable, no matter what strife they face.
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They kicked off the new season with a serious reflection on internal strife at the Times, grappling with their own feelings about the “N Word.”
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They’re amazed that Americans fought in the Spanish Civil War as part of the International Brigades and that poetry appeared in radical journals in the midst of the strife.
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Then imagine being shocked at the strife and hostility that results.
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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.
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They’re essentially a purple-cloud plot device for everything that comes afterward — several centuries of geopolitical strife.
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If there is any type of strife, people will try to figure out who belongs in which category.
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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.
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WORDS RELATED TO STRIFE

  • agitation
  • campaign
  • clash
  • conflict
  • contest
  • controversy
  • crusade
  • debate
  • disagreement
  • dispute
  • strife
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