Thesaurus / antipodes

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In all this he was, of course, the antipodes of Tycho, but in mathematical skill he was greatly his superior.

The Mobility are the antipodes to the Nobility: the one race of men being at the top of the world, the other at the bottom of it.

In 1519 Magellan made his famous voyage and proved the earth to be round and that men actually lived in the antipodes.

He had travelled through the axis of the earth to the antipodes, which actually did hang head downward.

AtlantisGerhart Hauptmann

If I travel, aunt, I touch at your antipodes—your antipodes are a good rascally sort of topsy-turvy fellows.

The Way of the WorldWilliam Congreve

He was not beneath the average of what men call art, and it is art's antipodes—treadmill artifice.

Peg WoffingtonCharles Reade

To the Margalloway, or the antipodes, or any place this side of the North Pole.

Vassall MortonFrancis Parkman

There is always a friend, even at the Antipodes, who will post it to you, well marked in blue pencil at the four corners.

Had she fled to the antipodes, I would have been there: ay, and would have followed her as far as Orpheus did Eurydice!

Barry LyndonWilliam Makepeace Thackeray

Thus in the antipodes above is what we call below, and below what we call above.

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