Examples of dissenter in a Sentence
a society that prized conformity very highly and treated dissenters of any kind very harshly
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Trump acknowledged Saturday that his idea might have dissenters.
Many Chinese dissenters view the move as a foreshadowing of greater political repression ahead.
The only dissenters, paradoxically, were residents within the city of Milwaukee, who felt 52% to 42% that Foxconn would not benefit greater Milwaukee.
One lone dissenter was a former Chula Vista Public Library employee who was laid off in 2012 and criticized the City Council for spending 67 percent of the general fund on public safety while cutting back on other services.
Two new city council members, Logan Heley, who represents the downtown area, and Gina Burke, were the two dissenters.
Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, who many perceived as a possible swing vote for dissenters Pai and O'Reilly, expressed that the chairman adequately made adjustments that have addressed her previous concerns.
Hundreds of dissenters turned out to voice their opposition to the wall Saturday at a protest in Alamo, TX.
Mr Almagro has been the loudest dissenter, for good reason.
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