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uhb jek ter

  • n  a person who dissents from some established policy

  • Britain last week awarded the George Medal for civilian bravery to a conscientious objector.
  • When the Army tried to draft Ali, he appealed, claiming that, as a Black Muslim, he was a conscientious objector: Ali managed to squeeze in a few fights, mostly in Europe .
  • To be classified as a conscientious objector, a man need not be a Quaker, a Mennonite, or a member of some other sect that opposes war as a matter of religious conviction.

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