disaccord

disaccord
/dis'euh kawrd"/, v.i.
1. to be out of accord; disagree.
n.
2. disagreement: grave disaccords among nations.
[1350-1400; ME < AF, OF desac(c)order, deriv. of desacort. See DIS-1, ACCORD]

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