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disaccord

[ dis-uh-kawrd ]
/ ˌdɪs əˈkɔrd /
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verb (used without object)
to be out of accord; disagree.
noun
disagreement: grave disaccords among nations.
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Origin of disaccord

1350–1400; Middle English <Anglo-French, Old French desac(c)order, derivative of desacort.See dis-1, accord
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How to use disaccord in a sentence

  • The sociologist found that the only test of acquired or inherited degeneracy in man was disaccord with environment.

    Degeneracy|Eugene S. Talbot
  • The lieutenant could tell me little concerning distances; what he knew did not disaccord with my small knowledge.

    Who Goes There?|Blackwood Ketcham Benson
  • Oddly enough, the twins were in disaccord, and while Lucian had the senator's approval the general's went to his brother.

    Gideon's Band|George W. Cable
  • This mourning for the means but acceptance of the fact would not be in disaccord with Ahab's moral weakness.

British Dictionary definitions for disaccord

disaccord
/ (ˌdɪsəˈkɔːd) /

noun
lack of agreement or harmony
verb
(intr) to be out of agreement; disagree
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