antipodes

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Opposite neighbors, and as far removed as if we had lived at the antipodes.

Was it not generally believed in former times, that there were no antipodes?

John Feversham, the nephew, was almost the antipodes of his uncle.

A spirit whispered the news to Sir Francis, who was at the Antipodes.

The Spanish clergy declared that the theory of the antipodes was hostile to the faith.

Indeed, Victoria is only another England, with a difference, at the Antipodes.

New York was fifty miles away, physically and morally at the antipodes.

Sometimes, as in The Antipodes, there is an attempt at satire and comedy with a purpose.

The Dingley tariff is not to be transferred to the antipodes.

Consequently, some think that Manila is the antipodes of Sevilla.

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