The word dissension is a noun; the verb is dissent. Example sentence: I dissent the ruling of the committee.
As a noun: The decision will take longer due to the dissent on this issue.As a verb: Those who dissent the decision will not willingly support it.
"The judge expressed his dissent from that of the majority"
meaning:to be in disagreement. This is not an argument against dissent and disagreement
In a free country, people are allowed to voice their dissent.
The conversation fell into a disturbing descent of vociferous dissent.
A soccer player is cautioned and shown the yellow card if he shows dissent by word or action.The right to freedom of speech includes the right to peacefully dissent.Despite dissent in his own Cabinet, the President signed the bill into law.
The word 'dissent' is an abstract noun, a word for a difference of opinion; a word for a concept.The abstract noun forms of the verb to dissent are dissension and the gerund, dissenting.
The word "factious" is used to describe people who are either in a faction or express dissent in some other way. An example of a sentence using the word "factious" is "The factious youth of the 1960's held frequent anti-war demonstrations. "
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The noun 'dissent' is an abstract noun as a word for strong disagreement with an official opinion, decision, or set of beliefs; an official statement by a judge that states their disagree with the other judges in a legal case; a word for a concept.The abstract noun form of the verb to dissent is dissension and the gerund, dissenting.