- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disagree.
“Echoing recent comments by Palin, Matalin disagreed and said she thought the Newsweek cover was sexist.”
“Perfect example is the GI bill that McCain disagreed with.”
“And on Thursday Maslin disagreed with Schillinger's rave from last Sunday for Charles Bock's Beautiful Children: Beyond knowing that his characters are en route to trouble, Mr. Bock has few clear destinations in mind for any of them.”
“McCain disagreed on Bush policies in the past and now falling into the same policies he opposed.”
“Darwin disagreed, violently, on all ends of that argument.”
“Where we disagreed is that you considered your position to be the only one that matters.”
“When we have disagreed is when the CIA stepped away from being an intelligence agency, and started overthrowing democracies, and TRAINING ALQUEDA.”
“The fact that many of them were men with whose views you may have disagreed is beside the question.”
“Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein disagreed with Kyl about the president’s decision to announce a drawdown date.”
“Caitlin disagreed with me, I’m sure a bunch of you would, but I stick by it.”
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