Examples of schism in a Sentence
a schism between leading members of the party
The church was divided by schism.
Recent Examples of schism from the Web
The symbols which reflect the historical schism continue to exist in the names of university halls, libraries, parks and statues in areas which once held allegiance to both the Union and the Confederacy during the conflict.
After months of them standing side-by-side on the campaign trail, a schism has opened between the two leftist allies, with the bad blood spilling out into sniping over social media and threatening to hamstring their ruling political party.
And how did music reconcile (or intensify) that schism?
There's no doubt that Gagliostro's intentions are sincere in addressing an intergenerational schism that many gay men feel.
While Tommy and Ghost suffered a schism in Season 3, Sikora said there's still love between the characters.
Industry experts do not discard the possibility of a schism that would cleave bitcoin into two separate currencies, one with a faster transaction rate.
His tweets raised questions about the United States' role in the diplomatic schism.
The deepest Democratic schisms involve whether to focus on liberal social issues or the economic struggles of blue-collar and middle-class Americans.
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Definition of schism for English Language Learners
: a division among the members of a group that occurs because they disagree on something
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