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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Since Trump's election in November, most demonstrations here have brought out at least some contingent of dissenters — and very often have ended with police throwing flash grenades into the crowd.
The two dissenters published their reactions in a non-Bolshevik newspaper, alerting the entire city to the plan, and unintentionally enhancing the atmosphere of inevitability.
The respect for their religious rights that 16th-century Mennonites demanded from the Dutch Republic was not extended to dissenters within their own ranks.
The needs of the religious dissenters are paramount.
The Internet nearly burned his movie Couples Retreat (or as dissenters called it, Comedians Take a Vacation) to the ground.
Instead of attacking dissident scientists, Mr. Pruitt’s proposal to hold red-team/blue-team appraisals would put dissenters on the same footing as consensus-supporting scientists.
Those were the same arguments made by Elliott and the NFLPA and also supported by Mazzant as well as appellate Judge James E. Graves, the only dissenter in the 2-1 decision by the three-judge panel from the Fifth Circuit against Elliott last week.
Lying just two miles off the coast of Croatia, the prison was less a place for petty criminals and more a dumping ground for prisoners of war and later political dissenters.
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