Antonyms for co-operate

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It is not, I suppose, that He refuses to co-operate with us, but that it is out of our power to co-operate with Him.

And yet, as he adds, the true legislator is still required: he must co-operate with circumstances.

Chance, and God, and the skill of the legislator, all co-operate in the formation of states.

But he would not co-operate with me in this, and I was again disappointed.

He had to destroy the Spanish fleet, and to co-operate in the taking of Manila.

My orders are to co-operate with him—not to follow him about like a dog at heel.

I was willing to co-operate in every way, but my patience ran out.

There are other causes likely to co-operate in bringing this about.

And I'm going to get the farmers who have been successful to co-operate with the farmers who have failed.

Joe, of course, was fully aware of the value of Telly and was glad to co-operate.