Origin of dissentient
Related formsdis·sen·tience, dis·sen·tien·cy, noundis·sen·tient·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for dissentient
But there was one dissentient voice in this chorus of general condemnation.Little Novels|Wilkie Collins
The burthen of proof lies upon the affirmant: and the proof produced must be open to the scrutiny of every dissentient.
The one dissentient voice was Sickles; and he expressed himself, confessedly, more from a political than a strategic standpoint.The Campaign of Chancellorsville|Theodore A. Dodge
There was no dissentient voice in the verdict that she had greatly changed.The Adventures of a Widow|Edgar Fawcett
There was no dissentient voice; the thing was too plain and palpable.The Hero of Panama|F. S. Brereton