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strife
used in A Room of One's Own

4 uses
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Definition
conflict or angry disagreement
  • That woman, then, who was born with a gift of poetry in the sixteenth century, was an unhappy woman, a woman at strife against herself.
    3 (61% in)
  • But one needed answers, not questions; and an answer was only to be had by consulting the learned and the unprejudiced, who have removed themselves above the strife of tongue and the confusion of body and issued the result of their reasoning and research in books which are to be found in the British Museum.
    2 (4% in)
  • Agrarian and Religious Strife ....
    3 (23% in)
  • Currer Bell, George Eliot, George Sand, all the victims of inner strife as their writings prove, sought ineffectively to veil themselves by using the name of a man.
    3 (58% in)

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