English

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Etymology

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disagree +‎ -er

Noun

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disagreer (plural disagreers)

  1. One who disagrees.
    • a. 1660, Henry Hammond, a sermon:
      Sir, is not that a strange answer, in you, that know there is fire to awe disagreers in all matters of faith?
    • 2014, Karen Glaser, Inductive or Deductive?:
      Accordingly, any instance of disagreement involves a potential burden on the speaker (rather than the hearer) which a disagreer has to gauge and which influences whether and how the disagreement will eventually be performed.