antipodal

[ an-tip-uh-dl ]SEE DEFINITION OF antipodal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTIPODAL

The two races, the Anglo-Saxon and the negro, have antipodal constitutions.

His appearance is antipodal to that of the beefy, bluff, full-blooded John Bull.

The style and thought of these two remarkable artists is antipodal.

In temperament and in interests the two sisters were antipodal.

What enlightened views the ministers in the antipodal countries do have!

In more than one respect the polyglot American is antipodal to the Chinese.

Mr. Morgan, the millionaire banker, attends church conventions as an antipodal diversion.

The man in his essential quality is precisely what our generation and our race requires as its antipodal corrective.

By the way, has the reader ever remarked that land is scarcely ever antipodal with land?

Courbet was the epitome of that unstudied naturalism which is antipodal to the hypocrisies of society.

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