Dissenting, especially from the sentiment or policies of a majority.(adjective)
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Use "dissentient" in a sentence
"We may be right, but we must be provably, demonstrably and overpoweringly right before we are justified in calling the dissentient a fool."
"That would make nine states—the number needed for ratification—“without a dissentient.”"
"There is obviously a segment of the Labour backbenches which is dissentient on this issue."