Definition of Dissention

1. Noun. (misspelling of dissension) ¹



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Definition of Dissention

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissention

dissental
dissentaneous
dissentany
dissentation
dissentations
dissented
dissenter
dissenterism
dissenters
dissentient
dissentients
dissenting
dissenting(a)
dissenting opinion
dissentingly
dissention (current term)
dissentions
dissentious
dissentiously
dissentive
dissents
dissepiment
dissepiments
dissert
dissertate
dissertated
dissertates
dissertating
dissertation
dissertational

Literary usage of Dissention

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1. Extracts of the Journals and Correspondence of Miss Berry: From the Year by Mary Berry (1865)
"That their imprisonment and danger should have been grievous, I do not wonder—but to await dissention amongst their tyrants and anarchy, was the best chance ..."

2. History of the Expedition to Russia: Undertaken by the Emperor Napoleon in by Philippe-Paul Ségur (1840)
"Movements of the main Russian Army—Plans of Barclay— His dissention with Bagration-—Hastens to the Relief of Smolensk—About to be surprised by ..."

3. The Life, Times, and Correspondence of the Right Rev. Dr. Doyle, Bishop of by William John Fitzpatrick (1861)
"providence, I look forward to the allaying, and at no distant period, ending the dissention by which this unfortunate country is disturbed, so far at least ..."

4. The History of the Progress and Termination of the Roman Republic by Adam Ferguson (1805)
"dissention of Parties.—First Dictator.—Secession of Plebeians.—Tribunes of the People.—Their Objects.—Distribution of Corn.—Division of Lands. ..."

5. The Council Book of the Corporation of Youghal: From 1610 to 1659, from 1666 by Youghal, Ireland Corporation, Richard Caulfield (1878)
"... service and the public by their dissention be no farther prejudiced. It is thought fit that all parties apprehending themselves agrieved by any ..."

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