Thesaurus / antipode

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It is the antipode to the hand of those who have large, lovable natures.
Would not this science be the antipode (some would say antidote) of the mystic dreams of Plato and of Delsarte himself?
It does not, however, attain the dimensions of its antipode, rarely exceeding those of a large shrub.
Calhoun, one of the firmest props of the government, was his antipode in almost every particular.
The finite was self-arrayed against the infinite, the mortal against immortality, and a sinner was the antipode of God.
Mortal man is the antipode of immortal man, and the two should not be confounded.
NO AND YESMARY BAKER EDDY
Charles Wesley's hymn is the antipode of Newton's in metre and movement.
THE STORY OF THE HYMNS AND TUNESTHERON BROWN AND HEZEKIAH BUTTERWORTH
As I understand it, spiritualism is the antipode of Christian Science.
She was my greatest friend, of the feminine gender:—when I say 'friend,' I mean not mistress, for that's the antipode.
Oh, that's his antipode, of courteous race, The man of bows and ever-smiling face.

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