war [wawr] Show IPA
|Part of Speech:||verb|
|Synonyms:||attack, attempt, bombard, campaign against, challenge, clash, combat, contend, contest, differ, disagree, endeavor, engage in combat, go to war, kill, make war, march against, meet, murder, oppugn, shell, shoot, strive, struggle, take on, take the field against, take up arms, tug, wage war|
|Antonyms:||agree, ceasefire, make peace|
|Part of Speech:||verb|
abusive, adverse, ajar, answerable, aristarchian, at a discount, at cross-purpose, at daggers drawn, at feud, at high words, at issue, at loggerheads, at odds, at sixes and sevens, at variance, bad, biting, blameworthy, blown upon, captious, carping, censorious, chid, clamorous, condemnatory, controversial, contumacious, critical, cutting, cynical, damnatory, defamatory, denominational, denunciatory, disagreeing, disapproved, disapproving, discontented, discordant, disgruntled, disparaging, disputatious, dissentient, dissenting, dissident, disunited, dry, embroiled, exceptionable, exploded, extorted, factious, fastidious, gladiatorial, grudging praise, hard upon, hostile, hypercritical, illaudatory, in bad odor, in hot water, inconsequential, inexcusable, intropunitive, judgmental, litigant, litigious, negative, non-content, non-juring, objurgatory, on bad terms, opposed, out of the question, out of tune, pejorative, pettifogging, polemic, protestant, quarrelsome, rabulistic, recusant, rejectaneous, rejected, rejectitious, reprehensible, reproachful, sarcastic, sardonic, scandalized, schismatic, sectarian, severe, sharp, snooty, sparing of praise, stuck-up, supercilious, taboo, to blame, together by the ears, tongue-whaled, torn, trenchant, unacknowledged, unapproved, unavowed, unbewailed, unblest, uncommendable, uncomplimentary, unconsenting, unconverted, unconvinced, underrated, undeserving, unfavorable, unflattering, unlamented, unpacific, unpacified, unplausive, unpopular, unpromising, unreconciled, unsatisfactory, unsung, unwilling, unworthy, up in arms, verboten, wrong
dissent; discordance (disagreement); difference diversity of opinion., nonconformity (heterodoxy); protestantism, recusancy, schism; disaffection; secession; recantation., dissension (discord); discontent; cavilling., protest; contradiction (denial); noncompliance (rejection)., dissentient, dissenter; non-juror, non-content, nonconformist; sectary, separatist, recusant, schismatic, protestant, heretic.
dissent, demur; call in question (doubt); differ in opinion, disagree; say no; refuse assent, refuse to admit; cavil, protest, raise one's voice against, repudiate; contradict (deny)., have no notion of, differ toto caelo; revolt at, revolt from the idea., shake the head, shrug the shoulders; look askance, look askant., secede; recant.
no; at variance, at issue with; under protest.
many men many minds; quot homines tot sententiae [Terence]; tant s'en faut; il s'en faut bien.
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