Fans were delighted, but within the band there were signs of boredom and discord.
“discord” proceeds to envelop us in this exhaustive, mind-racking debate.
As Dunham admits, this caused “like two years” of discord between the sisters, which they seem to have gotten past.
At moments throughout the narrative, however, discord strikes.
Why do you think everyone loves to seize on any hint of discord or bad blood between you guys?
"Let us cast this firebrand of discord far from us," they exclaimed.
And therefore has neither more nor less of discord, nor yet of harmony?
Our sense of harmony and discord is too fine; we have bad spleens; and we lack fortitude.
At any other time the sound of his name would have made a discord for her.
The following two years of the governorship of D. Martinez were turbulent with the discord of rivals and their factions.
early 13c., descorde, "unfriendly feeling, ill will;" also "dissention, strife," from Old French descorde (12c.) "disagreement," from Latin discordia, from discors (genitive discordis) "disagreeing, disagreement," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + cor (genitive cordis) "heart" (see heart). Musical sense is late 14c.
c.1300, from Old French discorder (13c.), from Latin discordare (see discord (n.)).