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disaccord

verb dis·ac·cord \ˌdis-ə-ˈkrd\

Definition of DISACCORD

intransitive verb
disaccord noun
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Examples of DISACCORD

  1. <national security measures that disaccord with our cherished right to free expression>

Origin of DISACCORD

Middle English disacorden, from Anglo-French desacorder, from desacord disagreement, from des- dis- + acord accord
First Known Use: 15th century

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