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Sentence count:46+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-18Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: contestantdissenterdissentientdissentinghereticalheterodoxobjectorprotesterSimilar words: residentpresidentresidentialpresidentialdissimilarresidencepresidencydissentMeaning: ['dɪsɪdənt]  n. a person who dissents from some established policy. adj. 1. characterized by departure from accepted beliefs or standards 2. disagreeing, especially with a majority. 
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1, The dissident was cast out from his country.
2, That was the dissident movement in Poland.
3, A dissident, recently released from detention, gave a press conference in the capital today.
4, Dissident A rabbinical poet with hippy dreadlocks was king of the clients on vodka street.
5, Dissident republicans tried to bomb an army barracks at Ballykelly, Co Londonderry, last week.
6, Dissident radicals of all sorts were assumed to bear loyalty to alien ideologies, and deportation became the fate of many.
7, There were many dissident elements in the population.
8, He was exiled as a dissident.
9, Dissident thought is valuable just because it is dissident.
10, With the government arrests continuing, dissident groups are becoming weaker everyday ,[http://sentencedict.com/dissident.html] said a 37 - year - old publisher.
11, The police in Northern Ireland knew that dissident republicans posed a threat, and they were concerned.
12, The most famous dissident in that Central American country has fled and is seeking political asylum.
13, Li is not a political dissident, making it acceptable for the Chinese media to report on the issue. but it may also signal that forces are opposing Mr.
14, Andrei Sakharov, Russia’s most famous dissident and nuclear scientist, returned from his forced exile in Gorky and was elected to the first Soviet parliament.
15, Very often, to protect one dissident, one disbeliever, the majority may be discomfited; it is the price the Founding Fathers declared themselves willing to pay for religious freedom.
16, Cuban doctors treating a political dissident who's on hunger strike say he is in danger of dying despite their efforts to keep him alive.
17, From a Korean dissident to a nuclear scientist, via Vaclav Havel, we look at some of the world's most famous political prisoners.
18, Jirina Siklova, once a leading Czech dissident , now helps prepare Romani students for university.
19, The dissident elements are undoubtedly opposed to the King and in favour of republic.
20, Stalin's Lysenkoism starved millions when the ideologically correct wheat failed to grow and anyone who pointed this out was sent to dissident prison.
21, Another man, with the initials N.A., was sentenced to death for being a member of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO), a dissident group largely operating from exile.
22, It almost makes you want to become a political dissident .
23, In the reconstruction process of social order at the beginning stage of Qing Dynasty, the descendants of the Ming Dynasty are political dissident force of consequence.
24, Earlier in the day, U. S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met with the son of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and urged the release of a jailed political dissident.
25, Xie Hui could go with the stream and assist the new ruler, but he was still regarded as a dissident.
26, The mad man"is just the judgement by default to the dissident person of a kind of language power in fact, he has exposed the absurd quality of traditional culture."
27, They include a nonagenarian war-hero, Vo Nguyen Giap, a dissident monk, Thich Quang Do, and a slew of leading scientists and environmental campaigners.
28, Indeed, he had the advantage of scripting it as the father of the Soviet H-bomb, dissident and a political prisoner.
29, In the totalitarian state, there is no room for dissidence: the dissident is the source of "disorder, " and must be imprisoned, tortured, or killed.
30, Cajolery is as vital a quality as conviction, and some Tories wonder whether Thatcher has the skills necessary to keep dissident ministers in line.
More similar words: residentpresidentresidentialpresidentialdissimilarresidencepresidencydissentside by sideevidentincidentaccidentidentityidentifyprovidentidenticalconfidentdiffidentaccidentalby accidentidentificationmissingmissionmissilesidedismissemissionasidedissolvepermission
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