Examples of disagreement in a Sentence
There's been a lot of disagreement about how best to spend the money.
Several disagreements have yet to be resolved.
Recent Examples of disagreement from the Web
Costa has been involved in a long-term disagreement with manager Conte, with the Italian even texting his star striker to tell him that he wasn't needed back at Chelsea this season.
Lyda Krewson, the new Democratic mayor of St. Louis, has fierce political disagreements with Greitens on many issues, including gun control and the funding of social services.
When Mustafa Khasawneh, the head of the legal committee, presented those arguments, activists in the spectators' gallery murmured in disagreement.
Jordan said the disagreement was only verbal, not physical.
So far, where there has been disagreement Britain has given way.
Things went from a polite disagreement to an assault in a matter of 30 seconds.
Now, the two sides can barely agree how to describe their disagreements.
California governors rarely appear at legislative proceedings, but Brown sat through an entire four-hour hearing, taking notes as his critics spoke and occasionally shaking his head or muttering his disagreement.
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First Known Use of disagreement
Synonymscontestation, controversy, debate, difference, difficulty, disputation, dispute, dissension (also dissention), dissensus, firestorm, nonconcurrence
Antonymsaccord, agreement, consensus, harmony, unanimity
Related Wordsclash, collision, conflict, confliction, disaccord, discord, dissonance; apartness, divarication, division; combat, contention, strife, struggle; altercation, argument, bicker, falling-out, fight, kickup, misunderstanding, quarrel, set-to
Near Antonymsacceptance, compliance; concord, peace
DISAGREEMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of disagreement for English Language Learners
: failure to agree
: a difference of opinion : an argument caused by people having different opinions about something
: the state of being different or unalike
DISAGREEMENT Defined for Kids
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