Definition of Dissidences

1. dissidence [n] - See also: dissidence



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissidences

disseverances
disseveration
dissevered
dissevering
disseverment
disseverments
dissevers
dissheathe
dissheathed
dissheathes
disship
disshipped
disshipping
disships
dissidence
dissidences (current term)
dissident
dissidently
dissidents
dissight
dissights
dissilience
dissilition
dissimilar
dissimilarities
dissimilarity
dissimilarly
dissimilarness
dissimilars
dissimilate

Literary usage of Dissidences

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1. History of Canada: From the Time of Its Discovery Till the Union Year 1840-41 by François-Xavier Garneau (1866)
"dissidences in the Galilean Church little felt in Canada. Canada was at the outset, as a French possession, a country of missions; which were undertaken at ..."

2. Mathematical Questions and Solutions by W. J. C. Miller (1878)
"All dissidences ought properly to be considered as " discords," but this term is not applied to those which arise merely from temperament, because such ..."

3. Mathematical Questions and Solutions, from the "Educational Times": With by W. J. C. Miller (1878)
"All dissidences ought properly to be considered as " discords," but this term is not applied to those which arise merely from temperament, because such ..."

4. Science du publiciste, ou, Traité des principes élémentaires du droit by Albert Fritot (1823)
"Mais ces dispositions n'étaient relatives qu'aux dissidences d'opinion qui survenaient entre le directeur du jury et le magistrat de ..."

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