dissentient

[ dih-sen-shuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissentient

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSENTIENT

When the interpreter passed this on, he stopped at a dissentient murmur.

"I do not want to be loved;" and she gave a dissentient, shivering motion.

This accordingly was done, and carried without a dissentient voice.

At one of these meetings there was one dissentient vote; at one, two; at one, none.

In a numerous meeting there was only one dissentient to this resolution.

There was no dissentient voice; the thing was too plain and palpable.

Grisell could not repress a dissentient murmur of indignation.

How often has the world been assured that no dissentient voice was heard on that occasion!

Upon this point there can scarcely be a dissentient opinion.

The only dissentient voices were those of the Radicals, Hume and Roebuck.

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