Dissident [adjective]

Definition of Dissident:

disagreeing, differing

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Sentence/Example of Dissident:

Abdulaziz is part of a small but influential group of Saudi dissidents that also includes such figures as Loujain al-Hathloul, the activist who last month was sentenced to nearly six more years in prison for her work on behalf of women’s rights.

On Zhou’s phone, his recent WeChat posts were visible — pictures of fall foliage in the Catskills, a message celebrating the memory of the dissident and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo.

It has been operating since at least 2014 and targets private sector companies in a range of industries along with foreign governments, dissidents, and journalists in South Asia and elsewhere.

In 1989, students and dissidents had flocked to the center of Prague to protest Communism, only to be beaten and arrested by the riot police—an incident that took place during the lead up to the country's historic Velvet Revolution.

That same technique also helps activists and dissidents bypass censorship systems in their own countries.

If there are dissident elements their primary problem is within the Soviet Union.

But, I would doubt very much that such dissident elements would have a motive or very much of an opportunity.

But they were startled and alarmed by his dealings with these dissident recruits.

Anti-clericalism works for the benefit of the dissident sect.

It was established by the dissident Jews who united with the Platonists.