McCain thinks of himself as a maverick, an unorthodox thinker, a dissenter.
I think you should give the dissenter the respect to respond to the points that he makes.
By expressing my doubts, I am clearly a dissenter in this persistent force for progress.
He had become such a dissenter that often would he take the wrong side of a question if only for the sake of bucking.
I am a dissenter, and do not wish my boy to subscribe to the school mission.'
The beauty of Italy is so proper and Church of England that you are looked upon as a dissenter if you do not rhapsodize about it.
His mother's a dissenter, it is true, but the principles of that boy is beautiful.
The Whig was determined to force the oath upon the parson; the Tory was resolved to force the test upon the dissenter.
And do you know he is an Old Believer, or rather a dissenter?
The squire was interested in the land and the church; the merchant thought more of commerce and was apt to be a dissenter.