All agreement antonyms
- make a stand — to take a position for defense or opposition
- ask for — to try to obtain by requesting
- face down — Also, face-down. Informal. a direct confrontation; showdown.
- hang in — to fasten or attach (a thing) so that it is supported only from above or at a point near its own top; suspend.
- fly in the face of — to move through the air using wings.
- stand up to — (of a person) to be in an upright position on the feet.
- call out — If you call someone out, you order or request that they come to help, especially in an emergency.
- make a point of — a sharp or tapering end, as of a dagger.
- challenge — A challenge is something new and difficult which requires great effort and determination.
- denial — A denial of something is a statement that it is not true, does not exist, or did not happen.
- dissension — strong disagreement; a contention or quarrel; discord.
- refusal — an act or instance of refusing.
- dissent — to differ in sentiment or opinion, especially from the majority; withhold assent; disagree (often followed by from): Two of the justices dissented from the majority decision.
- discord — lack of concord or harmony between persons or things: marital discord.
- disharmony — lack of harmony; discord.
- divorce — a divorced man.
- hostility — a hostile state, condition, or attitude; enmity; antagonism; unfriendliness.
- separation — an act or instance of separating or the state of being separated.
- disunity — lack of unity or accord.
- incompatibility — not compatible; unable to exist together in harmony: She asked for a divorce because they were utterly incompatible.
- dissimilarity — unlikeness; difference.
- dislike — to regard with displeasure, antipathy, or aversion: I dislike working. I dislike oysters.
- hatred — the feeling of one who hates; intense dislike or extreme aversion or hostility.
- disagreement — the act, state, or fact of disagreeing.
- fight — a battle or combat.
- difference — the state or relation of being different; dissimilarity: There is a great difference between the two.
- rejection — the act or process of rejecting.
- veto — the power or right vested in one branch of a government to cancel or postpone the decisions, enactments, etc., of another branch, especially the right of a president, governor, or other chief executive to reject bills passed by the legislature.
- ignorance — the state or fact of being ignorant; lack of knowledge, learning, information, etc.
- misunderstanding — failure to understand correctly; mistake as to meaning or intent.