broil, brawl, row, racket, hubbub, rixation†; embroilment, embranglement†, imbroglio, fracas, breach of the peace, piece of work [Fr.], scrimmage, rumpus; breeze, squall; riot, disturbance &c (disorder) 59; commotion &c (agitation) 315; bear garden, Donnybrook, Donnybrook Fair. subject of dispute, ground of quarrel, battle ground, disputed point; bone of contention, bone to pick; apple of discord, casus belli [Lat.]; question at issue &c (subject of inquiry) 461; vexed question, vexata quaestio [Lat.], brand of discord. troublous times†; cat-and-dog life; contentiousness &c adj.; enmity &c 889; hate &c 898; Kilkenny cats; disputant &c 710; strange bedfellows. V.
Be discordant &c adj.; disagree, come amiss &c 24; clash, jar, jostle, pull different ways, conflict, have no measures with, misunderstand one another; live like cat and dog; differ; dissent &c 489; have a bone to pick, have a crow to pluck with. fall out, quarrel, dispute; litigate; controvert &c (deny) 536; squabble, wrangle, jangle, brangle†, bicker, nag; spar &c (contend) 720; have words &c n..
With; fall foul of. split; break with, break squares with, part company with; declare war, try conclusions; join issue, put in issue; pick a quarrel, fasten a quarrel on; sow dissension, stir up dissension &c n.; embroil, entangle, disunite, widen the breach; set at odds, set together by the ears; set against, pit against. get into hot water, fish in troubled waters, brawl; kick up a row, kick up a dust; turn the house out of window. Adj.
Discordant; disagreeing &c v.; out of tune, ajar, on bad terms, dissentient &c 489; unreconciled, unpacified; contentious &c 720. quarrelsome, unpacific†; gladiatorial, controversial, polemic, disputatious; factious; litigious, litigant; pettifogging. at odds, at loggerheads, at daggers drawn, at variance, at issue, at cross purposes, at sixes and sevens, at feud, at high words; up in arms, together by the ears, in hot water, embroiled. torn, disunited. Phr.
Quot homines tot sententiae [Lat.] [Terence]; no love lost between them, non nostrum tantas componere lites [Lat.] [Vergil]; Mars gravior sub pace latet [Lat.] [Claudius]. 714.
Concord — N.
Concord, accord, harmony, symphony; homologue; agreement &c 23; sympathy, empathy &c (love) 897; response; union, unison, unity; bonds of harmony; peace &c 721; unanimity &c (assent) 488; league &c 712; happy family. rapprochement; reunion; amity &c (friendship) 888; alliance, entente cordiale [Fr.], good understanding, conciliation, peacemaker; intercessor, mediator. V.
Agree &c 23; accord, harmonize with; fraternize; be concordant &c adj.; go hand in hand; run parallel &c (concur) 178; understand one another, pull together &c (cooperate) 709; put up one’s horses together, sing in chorus. side with, sympathize with, go with, chime in with, fall in with; come round; be pacified &c 723; assent &c 488; empathize with, enter into the ideas of, enter into the feelings of; reciprocate. hurler avec les loups [Fr.]; go with the stream, swim with the stream. keep in good humor, render accordant, put in tune; come to an understanding, meet halfway; keep the peace, remain at peace. Adj.
Concordant, congenial; agreeing &c v.; in accord &c n.; harmonious, united, cemented; banded together &c 712; allied; friendly &c 888; fraternal; conciliatory; at one with; of one mind &c (assent) 488. at peace, in still water; tranquil &c (pacific) 721. Adv.
With one voice &c (assent) 488; in concert with, hand in hand; on one’s side. Phr.commune periculum concordiam parit [Lat.]. 715.
Defiance — N.
Defiance; daring &c v.; dare; challenge, cartel†; threat &c 909; war cry, war whoop. chest-beating, chest-thumping; saber rattling.
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