Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dissent.(verb)
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Use "dissents" in a sentence
"Anyone that dissents from the Dear Leader is a racist."
"It makes me fear for the direction of the country (well, more than I already did) to know that these individuals, who screamed at the top of their lungs for YEARS about dissent being the highest form of patriotism, are now screaming at the top of their lungs that anyone who dissents is a dangerous, gun-toting maniac who is also a racist, bigot or homophobe."
"Grateful for the sensible dissents from the "dissenter" whose screed is just one more rant from those who avoid serious analytical arguments."