disagree

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Synonyms for disagree

differ (in opinion)

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Antonyms

make ill

disagree with something or someone

Synonyms

  • oppose
  • be against
  • object to
  • not support
  • disapprove of
  • not believe in
  • dissent from
  • think wrong

Synonyms for disagree

to be unlike or dissimilar

to be of different opinion

Synonyms for disagree

be different from one another

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The ComRes poll for ITV News found 56% believed Britain should not arm the rebels because of the risk the weapons could fall into the hands of terrorists, with 15% disagreeing.
Disagreeing with the president on policy issues is one thing, but accusing President Bush of lying, that is, questioning his motives, is most damaging and divisive.
Bush, who didn't mention the names of those he was disagreeing with, was not the only administration official to express displeasure with the anti-Islamic remarks.
The proposal to "agree to disagree" presumes the issue is about people disagreeing over abortion, not about people being killed by abortion.
A West Bromwich Albion football fan was warned he faced a custodial sentence for attacking a linesman after disagreeing with his decision.
It is no secret that the majority of the Catholic clergy in this country side with lay Catholics in disagreeing with the birth-control ban -- a 1980 Princeton poll found only 30 percent of the priests agreeing with Humanae vitae.
The lowest confidence rating was in how organizations protect sensitive customer data at the tape encryption level with 35% believing their organizations do an adequate job, and more than 49% disagreeing that it is protected within their organization.
The distributions of responses for the 4 CAMI scales items were varied (Tables II-V), and were stigmatising for measures of authoritarianism, which elicited the most negative attitudes, with 78% of respondents disagreeing that large mental hospitals were an outdated means of treating the mentally ill, reflecting the view that mentally ill persons could be a threat to public safety (Table II).