disagree with


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Verb1.disagree with - not be very easily digestible; "Spicy food disagrees with some people"
hurt - give trouble or pain to; "This exercise will hurt your back"
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But I disagree with you," the Bishop interposed, his pale, ascetic face betraying by a faint glow the intensity of his feelings.
The Church was dumb, then, and before I go on I want you either flatly to agree with me or flatly to disagree with me.
The thing was absurd: the air of the town would be certain to disagree with him, and with me as a nurse; the late hours and London habits would not suit me under such circumstances; and altogether he assured me that it would be excessively troublesome, injurious, and unsafe.
For two or three months, he contented himself with hinting that he feared the air began to disagree with him; then, finding that the place really no longer was, to him, what it had been, he settled his business on his assistant, took a bachelor's cottage outside the village of which his young friend was pastor, and instantaneously recovered.
Woodhouse's life; and upon being applied to, he could not but acknowledge (though it seemed rather against the bias of inclination) that weddingcake might certainly disagree with manyperhaps with most people, unless taken moderately.
poison,' it is almost certain to disagree with you, sooner or later.
I regret, Sir Wingrave, that I must disagree with you," Mr.
But milk and mildness are not the best things for keeping, and when they turn only a little sour, they may disagree with young stomachs seriously.
No one took the trouble to agree with her or to disagree with her.
In my state of health Young Persons disagree with me.
One may disagree with his principle, but, at least, one can respect it--like the French Revolution, or Cromwell cutting the King's head off.
He writes with a very noisy quill pen which seems to be screeching scorn at all who disagree with him.