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  • s  (of Catholics) refusing to attend services of the Church of England
  • s  disagreeing, especially with a majority

  • Four of Roberts' representatives signed a "dissentient" minority report, warning that many Methodists would be unable to accept such violations of tradition as episcopal .
  • Hardly a dissentient voice came from Methodists or Congregationalists.
  • Their chief delight, however, is in apt aphorisms: ''Two resolute men acting in concord may transform an Empire, but an ordinarily resourceful duck can escape from a dissentient .

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