Definition of 'dissenter'
Example sentences containing 'dissenter'
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The test for the dissenters will be whether or not they have clipped his wings. Times, Sunday Times (2015)'They were disappointed and the office atmosphere was a bit quieter but there were no dissenters. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Dissenters who eventually joined Methodist society meetings heard many familiar echoes. Christianity Today (2000)
Translations for 'dissenter'
British English: dissenter NOUN
Dissenters are people who say that they do not agree with something that other people agree with or that is official policy.
The Party does not tolerate dissenters in its ranks.
Definition of dissenter from the Collins English Dictionary
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