[ US /dɪˈsɛnɪŋ, dɪˈsɛntɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɪsˈɛntɪŋ/ ]
  1. disagreeing, especially with a majority
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How To Use dissenting In A Sentence

  • The dissenting judgment of Geoffrey Lane L.J., which had applied the traditional collateral fact doctrine, was approved.
  • Either they did not see what was happening, which is inexcusable, or the board was so badly structured that dissenting voices could be ignored.
  • That ratification depends on Parliament only dissenting in legally ambiguous ways?
  • While his voice was hardly dissenting, it was heavy with cautiousness and pragmatism.
  • In future, the movement will be more humane, more charitable with a greater respect for dissenting opinion, there will be less purges and more accommodation.
  • His father intended him for the Presbyterian ministry and sent him to a dissenting academy, first at Gloucester and then at Tewkesbury.
  • Which is a great shame because in the current climate, where the love of reading and untempered enthusiasm for ideas is regarded as increasingly unfashionable, she remains one of the few consistently dissenting voices.
  • He gave art an openly political meaning and did not appreciate the artist as an individual dissenting voice.
  • As Baptists, our beginnings are traced to dissenting sects of English and European Protestants.
  • A dissenting justice speculated on the content of the message conveyed by the gyrations of strip-club performers.
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