disagree[ dis-uh-gree ]SEE DEFINITION OF disagree
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It is this oil that causes bananas to disagree with some persons.
He thanked me and said 'quite so,' as Englishmen usually do say when they disagree with one.
When they disagree they do so fatally, with fire-arms in their hands, and on the public streets.
If they come too late, or disagree with the present system, destroy the paper.
It should be eaten with bread only, and it will be light and easy on the stomach, even when new milk is found to disagree.
The only point where we disagree is his confounded sectional prejudice.
It is not for Mr. Donovan to agree or disagree with the Emperor.
I must say I disagree with you; I reckon him excessively agreeable.
I disagree with you, Stephen; absolutely, entirely disagree.
They would be less likely than the others to disagree with you.