Origin of dissidence
Examples from the Web for dissidence
But why would a group of hackers who pride themselves on dissidence develop such a conscience?
Most of them are still in prison, and even the most timid signs of dissidence are relentlessly snuffed out.Bernard-Henri Lévy on Mansour Osanloo and Regime Change in Iran|Bernard-Henri Lévy|March 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That is how St. Paul describes the dissidence of dissent, as it was known to him by grievous experience.The Expositor's Bible: The Pastoral Epistles|Alfred Plummer
So much is said nowadays about the dissidence of the spiritual and intellectual worlds.Memoirs of Arthur Hamilton, B. A. Of Trinity College, Cambridge|Arthur Christopher Benson
The dulness of unquestioning undiscriminating belief was disturbed by the freshening breezes of dissidence and discussion.The Eighteen Christian Centuries|James White
He evidently understood neither the "dissidence of dissent" nor the Anglicanism of the Anglican Communion.William the Third|H. D. Traill
This is the just and honourable ground of that dissidence of feeling on the part of Talleyrand that culminated in desertion.Talleyrand|Joseph McCabe
Word Origin and History for dissidence
1650s, from Latin dissidentia "diversity, contrariety," from dissidens, present participle of dissidere (see dissident).