Plus, fights and dissension are always a good sign that something fun will happen during the show.
But aging stars, a dismal season, and dissension in the front office are dragging the franchise down.
Ford emphasized that dissension and anger at the Assad family is reaching a tipping point among the Alawi.
At the station, the only element of dissension in the crew was now taken away.
For that dissension neither he nor they can be severely blamed.
Though they professed the same severe morality as formerly, I noticed signs of change and of dissension.
Consultations were held—by precisely whom, no one could say, but in them there was dissension.
But then he fell silent, having been made so by the sounds of dissension which arose amongst his caciques.
This dissension led to much unnecessary trouble and bloodshed.
In the church the controversy waxed warm, and in more than one instance division as well as dissension arose.
early 14c., from Old French dissension (12c.) and directly from Latin dissensionem (nominative dissensio) "disagreement, difference of opinion, discord, strife," noun of action from past participle stem of dissentire "disagree" (see dissent).