contention

Contention vs Grounds - What's the difference?

contention | grounds |


As nouns the difference between contention and grounds

is that contention is struggle, contest, strife, argument, debate while grounds is (legal) basis or justification for something, as in "grounds for divorce" or grounds can be (plural only) the sediment at the bottom of a liquid, or from which a liquid has been filtered (as in coffee grounds).

Contention vs Position - What's the difference?

contention | position |


As nouns the difference between contention and position

is that contention is struggle, contest, strife, argument, debate while position is .

Rift vs Contention - What's the difference?

rift | contention | Related terms |

Rift is a related term of contention.


As nouns the difference between rift and contention

is that rift is a chasm or fissure while contention is struggle, contest, strife, argument, debate.

As a verb rift

is to form a or rift can be to belch or rift can be .

Contention vs Fightstrife - What's the difference?

contention | fightstrife | Related terms |

Contention is a related term of fightstrife.

Dissent vs Contention - What's the difference?

dissent | contention |


As nouns the difference between dissent and contention

is that dissent is disagreement with the ideas, doctrines, decrees, etc of a political party, government or religion while contention is struggle, contest, strife, argument, debate.

As a verb dissent

is to disagree; to withhold assent construed with from'' (or, formerly, ''to ).

Rupture vs Contention - What's the difference?

rupture | contention | Related terms |

Rupture is a related term of contention.


As nouns the difference between rupture and contention

is that rupture is a burst, split, or break while contention is struggle, contest, strife, argument, debate.

As a verb rupture

is (intransitive) to burst, break through, or split, as under pressure.

Engagement vs Contention - What's the difference?

engagement | contention | Related terms |

Engagement is a related term of contention.


As nouns the difference between engagement and contention

is that engagement is engagement while contention is struggle, contest, strife, argument, debate.

Fracture vs Contention - What's the difference?

fracture | contention | Related terms |

Fracture is a related term of contention.


As a verb fracture

is .

As a noun contention is

struggle, contest, strife, argument, debate.

Contention vs Feud - What's the difference?

contention | feud | Synonyms |

Contention is a synonym of feud.


As nouns the difference between contention and feud

is that contention is struggle, contest, strife, argument, debate while feud is a state of long-standing mutual hostility or feud can be an estate granted to a vassal by a feudal lord in exchange for service.

As a verb feud is

to carry on a feud.

Dissimilitude vs Contention - What's the difference?

dissimilitude | contention | Related terms |

Dissimilitude is a related term of contention.


As nouns the difference between dissimilitude and contention

is that dissimilitude is the quality of being diverse or different; difference or variety while contention is struggle, contest, strife, argument, debate.

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