disagreeing

disagree

[dis-uh-gree]
verb (used without object), disagreed, disagreeing.
1.
to fail to agree; differ: The conclusions disagree with the facts. The theories disagree in their basic premises.
2.
to differ in opinion; dissent: Three of the judges disagreed with the verdict.
3.
to quarrel: They disagreed violently and parted company.
4.
to cause physical discomfort or ill effect (usually followed by with ): The oysters disagreed with her. Cold weather disagrees with me.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English < Anglo-French, Middle French desagreer. See dis-1, agree

predisagree, verb (used without object), predisagreed, predisagreeing.
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disagree (ˌdɪsəˈɡriː)
 
vb (often foll by with) , -grees, -greeing, -greed
1.  to dissent in opinion (from another person) or dispute (about an idea, fact, etc)
2.  to fail to correspond; conflict
3.  to be unacceptable (to) or unfavourable (for); be incompatible (with): curry disagrees with me
4.  to be opposed (to) in principle

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disagree
late 15c., from M.Fr. désagréer (12c.), from dés- "dis-" + agréer (see agree).
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