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Sentence count:63Posted:2016-11-22Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: dissentessentialessentiallyessentialityparentingunrelentinglyassentsentimentMeaning: [dɪ'sent]  adj. disagreeing, especially with a majority. 
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1. Dissenting voices at the newspaper are very rare.
2. There are some dissenting voices among the undergraduates.
3. There are likely to be many dissenting voices.
4. She enjoys dissenting from us.
5. There was only one dissenting voice during the discussion.
6. Very few dissenting voices were heard on the right of the party.
7. But some dissenting comments made in private were unprintable.
8. Very few dissenting voices were heard on the left.
9. There were only a couple of critically dissenting voices.
10. George Thacher cast the lone dissenting vote.
11. Although Lord Russell of Killowen gave a dissenting judgment it is felt that that point holds good.
12. The dissenting Tory peers stayed away; and the Bill was passed.
13. Dissenting justices said the ruling takes away the privacy protections of tens of millions of innocent passengers.
14. A dissenting shareholder should lodge his opposition at the meeting of shareholders and should also appear at the hearing of the petition.
15. Two of the dissenting justices further argued that the arrangement clearly violated the establishment clause.
16. Jacobite crowds sometimes attacked poor Dissenting groups(,[ ] such as the Baptists.
17. The continuity in the Dissenting tradition in such places is often remarkable.
18. However, Marxists distinguish two kinds of dissenting consciousness which can be fostered amongst workers by personal experience and by collective organization.
19. While there was no dissenting church in Brackley, in a number of poems Mary Leapor discusses enthusiasm, usually without sympathy.
20. That ratification depends on Parliament only dissenting in legally ambiguous ways?
21. The dissenting judgment of Geoffrey Lane L.J., which had applied the traditional collateral fact doctrine, was approved.
22. The four dissenting justices wanted to dispose of the case without considering the constitutional question.
23. So much for the dissenting argument of some goofy liberals that requiring uniforms would be an added financial burden for the poor.
24. Since the new program was introduced, there have been some dissenting voices .
25. The bishops hired spies and informers to track down dissenting preachers and bring them to trial.
26. Morrice became a moderately wealthy merchant, spending generously on the education of young men for the dissenting ministry.
27. Gainsborough had 3 banks, several schools, and places of worship for Anglicans, Catholics and 6 different dissenting sects.
28. Hatch has rushed on, as well, to the further excess of denouncing appellate judges appointed by Clinton for dissenting opinions.
29. Blair would be wise to listen to some of the dissenting voices in his party.
30. He gave art an openly political meaning and did not appreciate the artist as an individual dissenting voice.
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