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disagreed

verb as in be different

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“What we’re suggesting EPA has by no means agreed or disagreed to,” Tetzlaff said.

On Tuesday, she decided not to sign it, continuing to disagree with the school system over whether in-person teaching should be optional for all teachers.

There is something undeniably Christian about trying to better understand other people, even those with whom we might disagree.

From Fortune

Confounding the situation further, a purely theoretical estimate for the rate, published in 2016, disagreed with the 1997 laboratory measurement.

No matter what I say, she has to one-up me, or disagree with me.

More mainstream Republicans, Rubio chief among them, disagreed.

Otherwise, they disagreed on just about every major issue confronting Israel.

But he disagreed with the Air Force official about the reason for it is the prioritizing of Afghanistan.

But the state supreme court disagreed and threw Perez off the ballot.

Rita King likely would have disagreed with that sentiment when Evans entered the lockup room in back in April 2011.

But she got away with that without any bad results, so I was puzzled as to what she could have eaten that had disagreed with her.

In respect to the matter over which we unfortunately disagreed before you went away?

Stevey Todd said he was going with us, and there Rickhart disagreed with him again, and his argument was the same as before.

I never disagreed so pleasantly with anybody in my life; it agrees with me; I am a hundred per cent.

We talked of the possibilities of next year's Salons and disagreed on the subject of futurist painting.

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On this page you'll find 119 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disagreed, such as: dissent, differ, contradict, clash, diverge, and depart.

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

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