dissident

[ dis-i-duh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissident

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Anti-clericalism works for the benefit of the dissident sect.

It was established by the dissident Jews who united with the Platonists.

And after tonight, I wasn't sure that I was in any better shape than a Chinese dissident.

His head answers for his discretion; he is a dissident priest.

Thy-doxy, if thou be Dissident, is that he cannot; but that he must become an accursed thing.

About three in the morning, the dissident Armed-Forces have met.

Hoxha silenced the dissident elements, however, and had most of them expelled from the Party or arrested.

Moreover, these dissident patterns merge into a remarkably harmonious, almost normal, average curve.

The arguments employed had been considered and rejected a hundred times already by every member of the dissident group.

The first thing to do was to create a strong frontier against the dissident tribes of the Blad-es-Siba.

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