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Disagree definitions

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

DISAGREE, v.i. [dis and agree.]=
1. To differ; to be not accordant or coincident; to be not the same; to be not exactly similar. Two ideas disagree, when they are not the same, or when they are not exactly alike. The histories of th same fact often disagree.
2. To differ, as in opinion; as, the best judges sometimes disagree.
Who shall decide when doctors disagree?
3. To be unsuitable. Medicine sometimes disagrees with the patient; food often disagrees with the stomach or the taste.
4. To differ; to be in opposition.
Men often reject the plainest sense of scripture, because it disagrees with their reason or preconceived opinions.
It is usually followed by with. But we say, I disagree to your proposal. The use of from after disagree is not common.

WordNet (r) 3.0 (2005)

v
1: be of different opinions; "I beg to differ!"; "She disagrees with her husband on many questions" [syn: disagree, differ, dissent, take issue] [ant: agree, concord, concur, hold]
2: be different from one another [syn: disagree, disaccord, discord] [ant: agree, check, correspond, fit, gibe, jibe, match, tally]

Merriam Webster's

intransitive verb Etymology: Middle English, to refuse assent, from Anglo-French desagreer, from des- dis- + agreer to agree Date: 15th century 1. to fail to agree <the two accounts disagree> 2. to differ in opinion <he disagreed with me on every topic> 3. to cause discomfort or distress <fried foods disagree with me>

Oxford Reference Dictionary

v.intr. (-agrees, -agreed, -agreeing) (often foll. by with) 1 hold a different opinion. 2 quarrel. 3 (of factors or circumstances) not correspond. 4 have an adverse effect upon (a person's health, digestion, etc.). Derivatives: disagreement n. Etymology: ME f. OF desagreer (as DIS-, AGREE)

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Disagree Dis`a*gree", v. i. [imp. & p. p. Disagreed; p. pr. & vb. n. Disageeing.] [Pref. dis- + agree: cf. F. d['e]sagr['e]er to displease.] 1. To fail to accord; not to agree; to lack harmony; to differ; to be unlike; to be at variance. They reject the plainest sense of Scripture, because it seems to disagree with what they call reason. --Atterbury. 2. To differ in opinion; to hold discordant views; to be at controversy; to quarrel. Who shall decide, when doctors disagree? --Pope. 3. To be unsuited; to have unfitness; as, medicine sometimes disagrees with the patient; food often disagrees with the stomach or the taste. Note: Usually followed by with, sometimes by to, rarely by from; as, I disagree to your proposal. Syn: To differ; vary; dissent.

Collin's Cobuild Dictionary

(disagrees, disagreeing, disagreed) 1. If you disagree with someone or disagree with what they say, you do not accept that what they say is true or correct. You can also say that two people disagree. You must continue to see them no matter how much you may disagree with them... They can communicate even when they strongly disagree... 'I think it is inappropriate.''I disagree.'... The two men had disagreed about reincarnation. ? agree V-RECIP: V with n, pl-n V, V (non-recip), pl-n V prep, also V with n prep 2. If you disagree with a particular action or proposal, you disapprove of it and believe that it is wrong. (mainly BRIT) I respect the president but I disagree with his decision... ? agree VERB: V with n

Soule's Dictionary of English Synonyms

v. n. 1. Differ, vary, diverge, be unlike. 2. Dissent, be of different opinions, differ in opinion. 3. Quarrel, wrangle, dispute, bicker, fall out. 4. Be unsuitable, be unfit, be unsuited.

Moby Thesaurus

agree to differ, agree to disagree, argue, be at cross-purposes, be at variance, be distinct, be distinguished, be in dissent, be unmoved, be unwilling, beg off, beg to differ, bicker, break, break off, clash, clash with, collide, conflict, conflict with, contend, contest, contradict, contrast with, counter, debate, decline, decline to accept, depart from, deviate from, differ, differ in opinion, disaccord, disaccord with, disagree with, disallow, disclaim, discord, discord with, dispute, dissent, dissent from, divaricate from, diverge, diverge from, divide, divide on, drop out, fall out, fight, hold opposite views, hold out against, jangle, jar, jar with, jostle, mismatch, mismate, misunderstand one another, negate, negative, not accord with, not agree, not buy, not consent, not get along, not hear of, not square with, not think of, object, oppose, pull different ways, quarrel, refuse, refuse consent, reject, repudiate, resist entreaty, resist persuasion, say nay, say no, secede, squabble, stand aloof, stand apart, stand over against, take exception, take issue, turn down, vary, vote nay, vote negatively, withdraw, withhold assent, wrangle




 


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