dissidence

[n] - disagreement
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Dissidence

Dis'si·dence noun [ Latin dissidentia : confer French dissidence . See Dissident , adjective ] Disagreement; dissent; separation from the established religion. I. Taylor. « It is the dissidence of dissent.» Burke.
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dissidence

noun disagreement; especially disagreement with the government
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Dissidence

• (a.) Disagreement; dissent; separation from the established religion.
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dissidence

(from the article `Czechoslovak region, history of`) In the years that he was in power, Husák succeeded in consolidating public life without the bloodletting of his predecessors, but his party purges ... From its embryonic beginnings in the late 1950s and early `60s, the dissident movement continued to develop under Shelest. In 1...
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dissidence

dissidence 1. Disagreement, as of opinion or belief; to dissent. 2. A disagreement with an authority or with a prevailing opinion; whether in a group, a family, a larger public or government organization, etc. Broadly defined, a dissident is a person who actively opposes an established opinion, policy, or structure. The term is usually a referenc...
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