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–verb (used without object)
 
–verb (used without object)
1. to differ in sentiment or opinion, esp. from the majority; withhold assent; disagree (often fol. by from): Two of the justices dissented from the majority decision.
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1. to differ in sentiment or [[opinion]], esp. from the majority; withhold assent; disagree (often fol. by from): Two of the justices dissented from the majority decision.
  
2. to disagree with the methods, goals, etc., of a political party or government; take an opposing view.
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2. to disagree with the methods, goals, etc., of a political party or [[government]]; take an opposing view.
  
3. to disagree with or reject the doctrines or authority of an established church.
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3. to disagree with or reject the doctrines or authority of an established [[church]].
 
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5. dissenting opinion.
 
5. dissenting opinion.
  
6. disagreement with the philosophy, methods, goals, etc., of a political party or government.
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6. disagreement with the [[philosophy]], methods, goals, etc., of a political party or government.
  
7. separation from an established church, esp. the Church of England; nonconformity.
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7. separation from an established church, esp. the Church of [[England]]; nonconformity.
 
[Origin: 1400–50; late ME dissenten (< MF dissentir) < L dissentīre, equiv. to dis- dis-1 + sentīre to feel]
 
[Origin: 1400–50; late ME dissenten (< MF dissentir) < L dissentīre, equiv. to dis- dis-1 + sentīre to feel]
  
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Latest revision as of 21:34, 11 July 2016

dis·sent

Defined as follows:

–verb (used without object) 1. to differ in sentiment or opinion, esp. from the majority; withhold assent; disagree (often fol. by from): Two of the justices dissented from the majority decision.

2. to disagree with the methods, goals, etc., of a political party or government; take an opposing view.

3. to disagree with or reject the doctrines or authority of an established church. –noun

4. difference of sentiment or opinion.

5. dissenting opinion.

6. disagreement with the philosophy, methods, goals, etc., of a political party or government.

7. separation from an established church, esp. the Church of England; nonconformity. [Origin: 1400–50; late ME dissenten (< MF dissentir) < L dissentīre, equiv. to dis- dis-1 + sentīre to feel]