- disseminated tuberculosis,
- dissenting opinion,
Origin of dissenter
Examples from the Web for dissenter
I think you should give the dissenter the respect to respond to the points that he makes.Antonin Scalia Believes in the Devil & 8 More Juicy Bits from the ‘New York’ Magazine Profile|Caroline Linton|October 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
By expressing my doubts, I am clearly a dissenter in this persistent force for progress.
McCain thinks of himself as a maverick, an unorthodox thinker, a dissenter.
Greatly to Whitefield's distress of mind, Kinchin had resolved to declare himself a Dissenter.
Another thing that gave me trouble was the fact of being a Dissenter.Christopher Crayon's Recollections|J. Ewing Ritchie
And do you know he is an Old Believer, or rather a dissenter?Crime and Punishment|Fyodor Dostoevsky
I wish you would not call him a minister, it sounds like a dissenter.The Three Brides|Charlotte M. Yonge
No Dissenter can complain, if the ground of his dissent be removed from the Church.Church Reform|Richard Carlile
1630s, in 17c. especially of religions (with a capital D- from 1670s); agent noun from dissent.