Definition for disagree

verb as in be different

verb as in be injurious

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People disagree whether Facebook’s role should involve moderating this sort of content on its platform or to what extent any of this should be protected as “free speech.”

It seems that physical server location is important, but not the only thing to take into consideration…and shockingly, courts disagreed on the outcome.

We can have these knock-down drag-out creative fights when we disagree.

In fact, political scientists disagree about whether TV ads even have a significant effect on elections at all!

They might even disagree that a particular website or company is in their industry, but you have data on your side.

The vast majority of New Yorkers seem to disagree, wanting the Santas gone for good.

Many Muslims may disagree with my view, or interpret Islam in a more moderate way, but I cannot accept this religion myself.

You and I disagree about the solution to this problem, of course, but we agree that there is a problem.

But by and large, McCain and Kaine didn't so much disagree as lament different topics.

The Syrian-American residents of one Pennsylvania city disagree—strongly.

Of course not,” said Wilkins, “proverbial philosophy asserts and requires that doctors should disagree.

I—I begin to understand why he dislikes that miller and his money business, for he makes you disagree so.

Who is it that you are sure will agree with Miss Adelaide, if any one indeed could be found to disagree with her?

"You've bragged that you'll fight any man who dares disagree with you," Haggar said loudly.

Seeing her betters disagree, little Fly had taken her turn at pouting.


On this page you'll find 160 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disagree, such as: clash, contradict, differ, dissent, diverge, and conflict.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.