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disaccord (v.)

late 14c., disacorden "be contrary; disagree, refuse assent," from Old French desacorder (12c., Modern French désaccorder), from des- "opposite of" (see dis-) + acorder "agree, be in harmony" (see accord (v.)). Related: Disaccorded; disaccording.

updated on August 23, 2018

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Definitions of disaccord from WordNet

disaccord (v.)
be different from one another;
Synonyms: disagree / discord
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