Dissent ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Dissent ( noun )

  1. A difference of opinion, especially one that is publicly expressed.
  2. Disagreement with the beliefs or actions of a group or authority.

Origin:

From the latin dissentire meaning "to disagree".

Examples:

  1. The court's decision was met with much dissent.
  2. The proposal was met with dissent from the employees.
  3. The policy change was met with dissent from the community.
  4. The new law was met with dissent from the public.
  5. The decision was met with dissent from the shareholders.

(As a verb)

Dissent ( verb )

  1. A difference of opinion, especially one that is publicly expressed.
  2. Disagreement with the beliefs or actions of a group or authority.

Origin:

From the latin dissentire meaning "to disagree".

Examples:

  1. The court's decision was met with much dissent.
  2. The proposal was met with dissent from the employees.
  3. The policy change was met with dissent from the community.
  4. The new law was met with dissent from the public.
  5. The decision was met with dissent from the shareholders.
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