Definition of Conflictions

1. Noun. (plural of confliction) ¹



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Definition of Conflictions

1. confliction [n] - See also: confliction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conflictions

conflated
conflates
conflating
conflation
conflations
conflict
conflict-ridden
conflict of interest
conflicted
conflictedly
conflictful
conflicting
conflictingly
confliction
conflictional
conflictions (current term)
conflictive
conflictless
conflictory
conflicts
conflicts of interest
conflictual
conflorescence
confluence
confluence of sinuses
confluences
confluency
confluens
confluens sinuum
confluent

Literary usage of Conflictions

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1. Decisions of the Interior Department in Public Land Cases: And Land Laws by William Wharton Lester, United States Dept. of the Interior, United States General Land Office (1860)
"... conflicting with lands subsequently reported as swamp land. These conflictions in the various States had become so numerous, and involved interests to ..."

2. Trade Morals, Their Origin, Growth and Province: Their Origin, Growth and by Edward Day Page (1914)
"... the determination of right conduct and to offer a way of ethics out of the confusion arising out of the conflictions which arise between (a) the customs ..."

3. An Exposition of the Weakness and Inefficiency of the Government of the by Charles Fenton Mercer (1845)
"Hence, in all differences of interest, in all conflictions of power, they stand by ... Many of these conflictions begin to show themselves, and some have ..."

4. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1916)
"... is the fact that there are two systems of agricultural extension work operating in Illinois and while thus far no serious conflictions have occurred, ..."

5. Journal by Kentucky, United States Congress Senate, House of Representatives, General Assembly (1846)
"By means of which the said Duff has been benefitted at the expense of the public, in making confusion and conflictions in appropriating the vacant lands, ..."

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