dissenter[ dih-sen-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissenter
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSENTER
Persecution of a dissenter is always popular in the group which he has abandoned.
The dissenter, who declined to pay church-rates, was an unsocial person.
I am a dissenter, and do not wish my boy to subscribe to the school mission.'
His mother's a Dissenter, it is true, but the principles of that boy is beautiful.
You may be very thankful, in that respect, that you are not a dissenter.
“I hope you will find that, Dissenter or not, I know what is my duty to my friends,” he said.
And do you know he is an Old Believer, or rather a dissenter?
But after all its not so bad as if Adrienne were a Dissenter and wanted to go to chapel!
No Dissenter can complain, if the ground of his dissent be removed from the Church.
I believe, if he hadn't been a dissenter, things might have been all right.