Both Uses of
- Notwithstanding our wisdom, there is a visible feebleness in some of our proceedings which gives encouragement to dissensions.†
- WHEREFORE, instead of gazing at each other with suspicious or doubtful curiosity; let each of us, hold out to his neighbour the hearty hand of friendship, and unite in drawing a line, which, like an act of oblivion shall bury in forgetfulness every former dissension.†
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(dissent) to disagree; or disagreement or conflict -- typically between people who cooperate, and often with official or majority beliefseditor's notes: A Supreme Court dissenting opinion is a written opinion that represents the beliefs of one or more justices who disagreed with the majority.