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Not in agreement

controversial

adjective

a controversial subject, opinion, or decision is one that people disagree about or do not approve of

divided

adjective

if a group, organization, or country is divided, there are major disagreements among the people in it

irreconcilable

adjective

irreconcilable opinions, aims, or disagreements are so opposed to each other that it is impossible to reach an agreement

disunited

adjective

not agreeing, or not working together to achieve an aim

discordant

adjective

in which there are a lot of disagreements

at odds (with)

disagreeing with someone

in contention

causing disagreement between people or groups

at loggerheads (with someone)

disagreeing very strongly with someone

at cross purposes

if two people, plans, or actions are at cross purposes, they are trying to achieve different things that do not agree with each other

on a collision course

likely to have an argument because of having very different beliefs or opinions

pre-cation

a paid holiday given to a new employee before they start their job

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