Synonyms for clash:
invitational, playoff, hoot, caterwaul, fight, eyesore, run-in, peal out, field day, peal, monstrosity, disaccord, yowl, drumming, yelp, go together, discordance, fisticuffs, remonstrate, quibble, harry, thud, grudge match, fist fight, come with, Decider, violence, prelims, exhibition match, clack, pentathlon, the Pan American Games, Inharmony, the Commonwealth Games, haggle, splat, clip-clop, clop, bump, rodeo, shock, tournament, rhubarb, honk, battle, quarterfinal, competition, dissentience, blare, coincide, dicker, beep, ruck, feeding frenzy, rematch, triple-header, semifinal, pro-am, dust-up, opposition, ring out, round robin, cavil, go with.
jangle, screech, scraping, concur, running battle, neigh, accompany, ricochet, controversy, scream, toll, thump, debate, outing, olympiad, curtain raiser, overlap, close season, clatter, bye, polemic, mess with, toot, flop, synchronize, fighting, the Olympic Games, tiff, derby, scrunch, racket, semi, excrescence, grand prix.
Other synonyms and related words:
event, scrum, disaccord, clashing, shake up, racket, clump, chink, jolt, clatter, slap, toot, compete, war, cup, dust-up, blare, tiff, rumble, rattle, showdown, tussle, draw, yelp, copse, quibble, opener, stampede, whistle, Inharmony, impact, argument, battle, pop, toll, thicket, roar, scrape, wreck, bump around, clack, opposition, faction, heat, difficulty, controversy, scrunch, fracas, rematch, bump, fisticuffs, scratch, ring, discordance, brush, qualifier, clop, eyesore, fight, international, bang, whack, scrimmage, violence, crown, collapse, coming upon, combat, rasp, synchronize, tie, ruck, scuffle, crash, meeting, tournament, schism, haggle, contest, hammering, championship, fray, thud, clip-clop, rhubarb, dustup, race, jar, hoot, smash, card, shrill, brushing, derby, debate, flop, series, polemic, meet, bye, duel, light touch, shock, slam, brushwood, fighting, splat, dissentience, competition, rubbing, deadlock, clank, skirmish, clangoring, clang, clangor, word, spat, explode, run-in, ricochet, jangle, coppice, clangour, dicker.
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
dicker, cavil, haggle.
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
championship, cup, bye, the Commonwealth Games, card, close season, crown.
Sense 11 (noun)
Sense 12 (noun)
disharmony, hubbub, antagonism, tension, enmity, commotion, hassle, hostility, altercation, friction, collision, raucousness, squall, disagreement, strife, warfare, harshness, imbroglio, antipathy, contention, Discordancy, dissidence, discord, dissension, dissonance, cacophony, animosity.
difference, mismatch, deviation, abnormality, disunity, conflict, Dissemblance, non-uniformity, asymmetry, divergence, counterpoint, diversity, inequality, discrepancy, disparity, distinctness, variation, variety, contradiction, dissimilarity, distinction, aberration, contrast, variance.
disagreement or fight, often brief (noun)
discordance, opposition, jar, confrontation, brawl, battle, dispute, crash, fray, fracas, disharmony, impact, smash, skirmish, broil, row, jolt, collision, riot, showdown, run-in, engagement, encounter, scrimmage, shock, conflict, bump, argument, brush, discord.
do not match (verb)
fight about, often verbally (verb)
hit with a loud noise (verb)
Usage examples for clash:
- So she had said, laughing that little laugh of hers as cold and sharp as the clash of steel. - "Vendetta A Story of One Forgotten", Marie Corelli.
- The vigilantes began to try to save the jail and their efforts brought about the first clash of a night destined long to be remembered in Medicine Bend. - "The Mountain Divide", Frank H. Spearman.