And so the dissent includes some fairly caustic language about that program.
“Hamas-Fatah reconciliation will accelerate conflict,” claimed Rubin, to no dissent from the other witnesses or the lawmakers.
I thought that was what the other side did when there was dissent.
As noted by Judge Martha Craig Daughtrey in dissent, this is an outrageous position.
In dissent, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg argues that covered jurisdictions still attempt to implement discriminatory voting rules.
It is but fair that, in a sketch like this, some emphasis should be laid upon their dissent and protests.
In that respect I do not dissent from the spirit of the resolutions.
The two women watched, speechless, but made no sign of dissent.
But hardly had he said the word When Murmurs of dissent were heard.
Cosway expressed his dissent from this opinion in the most amiable manner.
early 15c., from Latin dissentire "differ in sentiments, disagree, be at odds, contradict, quarrel," from dis- "differently" (see dis-) + sentire "to feel, think" (see sense (n.)). Related: Dissented; dissenting. The noun is 1580s, from the verb.
Has there ever been a society which has died of dissent? Several have died of conformity in our lifetime. [Jacob Bronowski "Science and Human Values," 1956]