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  1. Disagreement with the ideas, doctrines, decrees, etc. of a political party, government or religion.
  2. An act of disagreeing with, or deviating from, the views and opinions of those holding authority.
  3. (Anglo-American common law) A separate opinion filed in a case by judges who disagree with the outcome of the majority of the court in that case
  4. (sports) A violation that arises when disagreement with an official call is expressed in an inappropriate manner such as foul language, rude gestures, of failure to comply.
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    1. “This is the first sign of dissent against so many of the government's current policies.”
      “The sect would react to any form of dissent by promptly excommunicating its apostates.”
  1. A person who formally opposes the current political structure, the political group in power, the policies of the political group in power, or current laws.
  2. (Christianity) One who disagrees or dissents; one who separates from the established religion.
    1. (Christianity, specifically, historical) Sometimes Dissident: in the kingdom of Poland, the name for Christians not part of the Roman Catholic Church.
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    1. “A dissident who had been jailed by a military regime.”
  1. An act of expressing dissent, especially spoken.
  2. Strong disagreement; a contention or quarrel; discord.
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    1. “In essence, we have an elected king, and any real dissension within the government tends to hand all those powers to the opposition.”
      “He was wise and sagacious, but prone to dissension and his spirit was that of calmness under fire.”
      “An inability to act on instructions from the skip can be damaging to team morale, and can be the foundation of doubt and dissension.”
  1. Someone who dissents (disagrees), especially from an established church.
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    1. “This was Kant's judicious way of amending Rousseau's notorious maxim, that, in a state founded on the social contract, the dissenter must be forced to be free.”
      “But whether of assenter or dissenter, the only real force at work is the self trying to merge with the cause.”
      “Powell dissents on the same grounds but he's a dissenter who should be sent packing.”
  1. (US, law, colloquial) A dissent from an order denying rehearing en banc.
  1. The state of being dissident; dissent
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    1. “The poetry of dissidence and resistance on the other hand has to create its own space, which is public as well as private, real as well as virtual.”
      “But dissidence in both the parties is likely to tilt the fortunes marginally in Naidu's favour.”
      “Nobody seemed to know who was putting this out, but its dissidence was a welcome antidote to the blandness of mainstream public radio.”
  1. (obsolete) dissension; disagreement
  1. The spirit or principles of dissenters.
  1. plural of dissentation
  1. plural of dissenterism
  1. plural of dissentient
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    1. “However, it is not clear if this was the reality, and there were many dissentients from this thesis.”
      “Views of these kinds, with their roots mainly in clinical observation and practice, held sway with many variations and some dissentients well into the twentieth century.”
      “Mr. Temple, General Marriott, and Mr. Hanford were the only dissentients.”
  1. plural of dissension
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    1. “The club was so fraught with internal dissensions that it barely escaped relegation in the National Football League.”
      “She believed the death of Jonas was a judgment on them for their internal dissensions.”
      “At Megara this year the dissensions of the oligarchical and popular factions almost resulted in its capture by the Athenians.”
  1. plural of dissental
  1. plural of dissenter
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    1. “When Chinese dissenters claim that Chinese socialism is a form of feudalism they know whereof they speak.”
      “The president abhors dissent and is totally dismissive not only of dissenters, but also of the people's right to dissent.”
      “After their 15 minutes of fame, freed political dissenters are abandoned to a life of obscurity and poverty.”
  1. plural of dissident
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    1. “None of these dissidents has so far expressed such clear advocation of a secular society.”
      “Levada has a reputation as a subtle reconciler who seeks to bring dissidents into line by patient reasoning rather than punishment.”
      “Is this where he meets Cuban dissidents and shares his ideas about guerrilla warfare?”
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