Definition of Dissensus

1. [n -SUSES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissensus

disseminated necrotizing leukoencephalopathy
disseminated sclerosis
disseminated tuberculosis
disseminates
disseminating
dissemination
disseminations
disseminative
disseminator
disseminators
disseminule
disseminules
dissension
dissensions
dissensious
dissensus (current term)
dissensuses
dissent
dissental
dissentaneous
dissentany
dissentation
dissentations
dissented
dissenter
dissenterism
dissenters
dissentient
dissentients
dissenting

Literary usage of Dissensus

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1. Mistake in Contract: A Study in Comparative Jurisprudence by Edwin Corwin McKeag (1905)
"The fundamental distinction is that, in the case of dissensus, impossibility of performance and failure of condition precedent, the single juristic act of ..."

2. Church Unity: Studies of Its Most Important Problems by Charles Augustus Briggs (1909)
"It aims to overcome and destroy all dissent from that one particular dissensus. ... it rather seeks to discover the truth and right in all this dissensus, ..."

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