Dissension
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British pronunciation/dɪsˈɛnʃən/
American pronunciation/dɪˈsɛnʃən/
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disagreement or conflict within a group expected to collaborate

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lack of agreement between people

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The political party, once united, was now torn by dissension and infighting.
The coach's challenge was not just training the team but also managing the dissension among players.
The two scholars had a public dissension over the interpretation of the ancient texts.
Their dissension started over a minor issue but grew into a major conflict.
His ideas caused real dissension within the party at first, but he poured oil on troubled waters in last night's speech.
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