Noun(1) (law(2) a difference of opinion(3) the act of protesting; a public (often organized
Verb(1) withhold assent(2) express opposition through action or words(3) be of different opinions
(1) A state religious court evaluating nonconformity or dissent deserves whatever answers it receives.(2) The Inquisition's actions would be excessive today because we have the leisure to tolerate dissent with no threat to our survival - not as yet, at any rate.(3) He pointed out that it was easy to exaggerate the importance of Australian expressions of dissent from Allied plans, and Curtin's messages.(4) A theology of dissent has become the new establishment.(5) No thesis of theology escapes criticism, and no edict is exempt from conscientious dissent .(6) It called for a new crackdown on doctrinal dissent , and recommended a papal investigation of American seminaries, the subtext of which was to blame gays.(7) That kind of perspective teaches me the need to respect dissent , nonconformity, and liberty of conscience as priority Baptist values.(8) To march is a symbolic act not only of dissent from the government's position but to remind everyone that a people is not - and can never be - the same as a regime.(9) I have continually argued for France's right to express its dissent from the opinion of the international community.(10) These words provoked no murmurs of dissent from this largely Republican crowd.(11) An ├ö├ç├┐anti-national├ö├ç├û Press is not alone in its dissent from the orchestrated spectacle.(12) One is composed of intellectuals, people who preach dissent from the values of the ├ö├ç├┐core culture.├ö├ç├û(13) Brown wrote the Committee for the Nation expressing his dissent from the President's gold purchasing program in late 1933.(14) For all liberals, the stumbling block in Newman's work is his consistently held conviction that the act of faith allows no room at all for dissent or doubt.(15) But in a move seen as an attempt to quell this dissent from the back benches, Mr Cullen announced the abolition of plans for the direct election of mayors.(16) Their readings have roots in and derive their stimulus from historical and political schema of dissent outlined in the biblical narratives.
1. disagreement ::
2. protest ::
3. differ ::
4. protest ::
5. disagree ::
1. agree ::
2. assent ::
3. concur ::
Different Formsdissent, dissented, dissenter, dissenters, dissenting, dissents
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