Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.
Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties Division (I) Formation of Ideas
Section V. Results of Reasoning
NOUN: DISSENT, non-consent, discordance ( disagreement) [See Disagreement]; difference -, diversity- of opinion.
NONCONFORMITY ( heterodoxy) [See Heterodoxy]; protestantism, recusancy, schism; disaffection; secession [See Relinquishment]; recantation [See Tergiversation].
DISSENSION ( discord) [See Discord]; discontent [See Discontent]; caviling, wrangling, ergotism [ rare].
PROTEST; contradiction ( denial) [See Negation]; noncompliance ( rejection) [See Refusal].
DISSENTIENT, dissenter, noncontent or noncon or non con [ House of Lords], nonjuror, nonconformist; sectary, separatist, recusant, schismatic, protestant; heretic ( heterodoxy) [See Heterodoxy].
VERB: DISSENT, nonconsent, demur; call in question ( doubt) [See Unbelief. Doubt]; differ in opinion, disagree, agree to differ; say no [See Negation]; refuse -assent, - to admit; cavil, wrangle, ergotize [ rare], protest, raise ones voice against, repudiate; contradict ( deny) [See Negation].
have no notion of, differ toto cælo [ L.], revolt at, revolt from the idea. shake the head, shrug the shoulders; look askance or askant.
SECEDE; recant [See Tergiversation].
ADJECTIVE: DISSENTING &c. v.; negative [See Negation]; dissident, dissentient; unconsenting ( refusing) [See Refusal]; noncontent, nonjuring; protestant, recusant; unconvinced, unconverted.
UNAVOWED, unacknowledged; out of the question.
UNWILLING [See Unwillingness]; extorted; discontented [See Discontent].
SECTARIAN, sectary [ rare], denominational, schismatic; heterodox; intolerant.
ADVERB: NO [See Negation]; at variance with, at issue with; under protest.
INTERJECTION: G OD FORBID! not for the world! Ill be hanged if! [ colloq.]; not another word! no, sirree! [ U. S.]; not if I know it! I beg to differ; never tell me! your humble servant [ archaic], pardon me.
QUOTATIONS: Many men, many minds.
Quot homines tot sententiæ.Terence
Tant sen faut.
Il sen faut bien.
The dissidence of dissent and the protestantism of the Protestant religion.Burke
I had no taste for what is called popular art, no respect for popular morality, no belief in popular religion, no admiration for popular heroics.Shaw