Synonyms for Conflict:
n.misunderstanding, a war of words. bloodbath, blood, trouble, ambivalence, bloodletting, brutality, riotousness. concern, stress, anxiety, distress, worry, disquiet, alarm, pressure, belligerency, strain. schism, faction, react against, difficulty, Inharmony, dissentience, take issue with someone/something. •act (noun)
Discordancy, hubbub, altercation, struggle, raucousness, cacophony, commotion, imbroglio, collision, dispute, difference, disharmony, strife, battle, dissonance, squall, dissidence, fight, contravene, run afoul, infringe, harshness, difference of opinion, engagement, dissension, discord, hassle.
confrontation, clash, encounter, challenge, defiance, dispute, engagement.
abnegation, rebuttal, confutation, disavowal, denial, abrogation, Disaffirmation, invalidation, repudiation, rejoinder, refutation.
argument, encounter, quarrel, controversy.
deviation, asymmetry, dissimilarity, divergence, clash, variation, mismatch, distinctness, variance, disparity, distinction, difference, aberration, contradiction, diversity, non-uniformity, inequality, discrepancy, contrast, abnormality, variety, disunity, counterpoint, Dissemblance.
disaccord, nonagreement, complaint, rejection, divisiveness.
•disagreement, discord (noun)
dispute, disaccord, antagonism, difference, animosity, hassle, bad blood, dissension, disunity, dissent, variance, opposition, interference, hostility, friction, dissidence, row, faction.
disagreement, incompatibility, enmity, contention, disharmony, hostility, dissidence, antagonism, collision, antipathy, friction, animosity, disunity, dissent, dissonance, opposition, discordance.
discordance, Adverseness, contention, hostility, coldness, bad blood, contrariety, coolness, quarrelsomeness, dislike, resentment, wrath, antipathy, bitterness, Averseness, animosity, malice, loathing, alienation, malevolence, enmity, incompatibility, Inimicality, polarity, surliness, tension, unfriendliness, hard feelings, rancor, inharmoniousness, combativeness, spitefulness, hatred.
•fight, warfare (noun)
battle, encounter, collision, contention, combat, clash, war, contest, struggle, strife, engagement.
fight, counterattack, disagreement, counteraction, hindrance, antagonism, inhibition, adversary, interference, opposition, repression, confrontation, rebuff, defiance, impediment, obstinacy, obstruction, resistance, objection, repulsion, friction, protest, suppression.
bloodshed, scuffle, warfare, contest, campaign, guerre, scramble, engagement, war, struggle, warpath, tussle, drive, jihad, combat, battle, offensive, crusade, aggression.
•be at odds (verb)
differ, disagree, discord, contend, brawl, collide, interfere, fight, oppose, mismatch, contrast, jar.
broil, spar, feud, brawl, collide, row, differ, antagonize, blast, bicker, riot, altercate, dissent, contend, disagree, squabble, clamor.
deny, repudiate, refute, contradict, disprove, repeal, invalidate, abrogate, confute, challenge, rejoin, abnegate, rebut, dispute, negate, Disaffirm, disavow.
argue, stand, defend, oppose, face, confront, wrestle, resist, wrangle, withstand, vie.
deviate, diverge, diversify, differentiate.
defy, reject, complain, demur, object.
impede, counter, intercept, inhibit, repel, cross, obstruct, suppress, counteract, hinder, interfere, repulse, meddle, check, repress, oppress.
bloodbath, Inharmony, misunderstanding, dissentience, react against, belligerency. blood, brutality, bloodletting. schism. faction, jar. difficulty. •Other relevant words:
bloodbath, infringe, trouble, Inharmony, difficulty, dissentience, anxiety, blood, ambivalence, stress, schism, faction, misunderstanding, pressure, contravene, disquiet, alarm, belligerency, strain, riotousness, worry, run afoul, brutality, difference of opinion, concern, distress, jar, bloodletting.
Usage examples for conflict
His marriage also was a preparation for the conflict with Spain; but if it was not so decidedly opposed to the common feeling of the country as a Spanish marriage, yet it was far from being in accordance with it. – A History of England Principally in the Seventeenth Century, Volume I (of 6) by Leopold von Ranke