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See definition of dissentients on Dictionary.com
  • as innonconformist
  • as inopponent
  • as inopposer
  • as inoppositionist
  • as inresister

synonyms for dissentients

  • beatnik
  • bohemian
  • demonstrator
  • dissenter
  • dissident
  • dropout
  • eccentric
  • freak
  • heretic
  • iconoclast
  • individualist
  • liberal
  • malcontent
  • maverick
  • misbeliever
  • oddball
  • offbeat
  • original
  • protester
  • radical
  • rebel
  • sectary
  • separatist
  • swinger
  • weirdo
  • different breed
  • dissentient
  • fish out of water
  • night person
  • enemy
  • competitor
  • candidate
  • foe
  • rival
  • player
  • challenger
  • opposition
  • aspirant
  • adversary
  • opposer
  • assailant
  • bandit
  • entrant
  • contestant
  • match
  • antagonist
  • con
  • dark horse
  • disputant
  • anti
  • litigant
  • bidder
  • counteragent
  • dissentient
  • oppugnant
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antonyms for dissentients

MOST RELEVANT
  • conformist
  • orthodox
  • friend
  • colleague
  • associate
  • helper
  • assistant
  • ally
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    How to use dissentients in a sentence

    It is remarkable that Devonshire was, and that Marlborough was not, one of the Dissentients.
    THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
    In the commons the bill was carried with only forty dissentients, and in the lords apparently without a division.
    THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
    But it is represented that the dissentients are few, and under the influence of one or two interested individuals.
    A COMPILATION OF THE MESSAGES AND PAPERS OF THE PRESIDENTSEDITED BY JAMES D. RICHARDSON
    She was also one of those very few whom Providence favours by confounding dissentients.
    EVAN HARRINGTON, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
    To this view there were some dissentients, Berzelius among them, but experimental proof for their contention was lacking.
    APPLETONS' POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, APRIL 1900VARIOUS
    Nevertheless, dissentients came in, and disputes have prevailed.
    THE KNICKERBOCKER, VOL. 10, NO. 1, JULY 1837VARIOUS
    But it is curious to note that there were several dissentients among the commissioners to this paragraph of the report.
    THE CHRONICLES OF NEWGATE, V. 2/2ARTHUR GRIFFITHS
    The motion having been seconded, was put, and declared to be carried, with only three dissentients.
    THE ECONOMISTVARIOUS
    The dissentients remarked that "believing is seeing," as some one cleverly said of spiritualism.
    ROUND ABOUT THE CARPATHIANSANDREW F. CROSSE
    The resolution was carried with comparative few dissentients.
    WORCESTERSHIRE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYT. C. TURBERVILLE
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    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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