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dissidence

[dis-i-duh ns] /ˈdɪs ɪ dəns/
noun
1.
disagreement:
political dissidence.
Origin of dissidence
1650-1660
1650-60; < Latin dissidentia, equivalent to dissid- (see dissident) + -entia -ence
Related forms
nondissidence, noun
Synonyms
See dissent.
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n.

1650s, from Latin dissidentia "diversity, contrariety," from dissidens, present participle of dissidere (see dissident).

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