- n. Plural form of dissension.
“+ Schism and disunion he brands as crimes to be classed with murder and debauchery, and declares that those guilty of "dissensions" and”
“But the "dissensions" the President spoke of were natural enough.”
“Florence -- Republics always disunited -- Some differences are injurious; others not so -- The kind of dissensions prevailing at Florence -- Cosmo de ”
“Florence — Republics always disunited — Some differences are injurious; others not so — The kind of dissensions prevailing at Florence — Cosmo de’ Medici and Neri”
“To my thrilled imagination it was the face of one who dwelt beyond all strivings of the elements and broody dissensions of the blood.”
“She could make a meal of sun-dried fish or a bed in the snow; yet she teased them with tantalizing details of many-course dinners, and caused strange internal dissensions to arise at the mention of various quondam dishes which they had well-nigh forgotten.”
“The land was convulsed with industrial dissensions.”
“Rome, the catspaw in the matter of their religious dissensions.”
“Now will there be more dissensions, and riotings, and stonings of prophets.”
“Today, gold has become an expression of the instability spreading from Tunisia to Egypt to Libya to Syria, to Yemen, to Saudi Arabia, to Iran, to Bahrain -- and those street dissensions to come, conceivably in Kuwait, UAE, and elsewhere.”
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