An unbeliever, sceptic, misbeliever,1 pyrrhonist; nihilist.
(Verbs). To be incredulous, etc., to distrust, see 485.
(Phrases). Let those believe who may; tell that to the marines; ti won't wash; credat Judus Apella.
(Adjectives). Incredulous, hard of belief, sceptical, unbelieving, inconvincible, shy of belief, doubting, see 485.
Unanimity, chorus; affirmation 535, common consent, consensus.
(Verbs). To assent, acquiesce, agree, yield assent, accord, concur, consent, nod assent, accept, coincide, go with, go along with, chime in with, strike in with, close with, conform with, defer to; say yes, amen, etc.
(Phrase). To go or be solid for.
To acknowledge, own, avow, confess, concede, subscribe to, admit, allow, recognise, grant, endorse, approve.
(Adjectives). Assenting, etc., acquiescent, content, consentient, willing; approved, agreed; uncontradicted, unquestioned, uncontroverted.
(Phrase). Of one mind.
(Adverbs). Affirmatively, in the affirmative 535.
Yes, yea, ay, aye, well, very well, even so, just so, to be sure, all right, right oh! right you are, exactly, precisely, truly, certainly, certes, verily, very true 494, quite so, ex concesso.
Be it so, so be it, by all means, by all manner of means, à la bonne heure, amen, willingly, etc. 602.
Agreed, with one accord, una voce, unanimously, in chorus, with one voice, as one man, to a man, nem. con. or nemine contradicente, nemine dissentiente, nemine discrepante, en bloc, without a dissentient voice, one and all, on all hands.
(Phrases). Shake of the head; shrug of the shoulders.
A dissentient, dissenter, non-conformist, recusant, heretic.
(Verbs). To dissent, demur, deny, disagree, refuse assent, say no, etc., ignore, protest, contradict, secede, refuse to admit.
(Phrases). To shake the head; to shrug the shoulders; to join issue; to give the lie; to differ toto clo; to join issue.
(Adjectives). Dissenting, etc., dissentient, dissident, discordant, protestant, nonconforming, recusant; unconvinced, unconverted, unavowed, unacknowledged, non-content.
Unwilling, reluctant, extorted, etc.
(Adverbs). Negatively, in the negative 536, at variance with.
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