- n. Plural form of confliction.
“People are sick of hardware conflictions, constant upgrades and incompatibility.”
“Stick with a console. so graphic cards to buy, no conflictions to spend hours with and the consoles provide almost the same experience.”
“And, again, Iran is going to have to come to grips with its conflictions, between wanting to wish us ill and not wanting the first Shia-led Arab country fail.”
“How can it stand as one, with its very real conflictions: narcissism and self-repulsion, whim and severity, singularity and rivalry, libido and love?”
“The conflictions they battle amongst themselves, and the world around them.”
“It is logical that bonds of friendship, affection and profound friendship develop among those holding revolutionary conflictions and a revolutionary ideology.”
“You hear of Hindu and Moslem conflictions of religion.”
“Weary rode dispiritedly into Sleepy Trail (which Irish usually spoke of as Camas, because it had but lately been rechristened to avoid conflictions with another Camas farther up on Milk River).”
“Sir George Murphy Jackson, the attorney general, who prosecuted, attempted to dispose summarily of certain conflictions, and it had to be confessed that his explanations were very plausible.”
“It will reduce costs in terms of conflictions between staff, management issues and communication issues.”
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