Antonyms for co-operates

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All that is divine in us meets, unites, co-operates, to lay hold of what is divine without us.

But yet man is not a block; he is drawn in such a manner that his own will also co-operates.

The State guarantees to protect them and co-operates to promote them.

Perhaps there is something in the tradition itself that co-operates.

One invention engenders another, or co-operates with another.

He co-operates in gaining world-wide worship and authority for the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed.

As a subjective form that lies ready in the mind, it precedes experience and co-operates in generating it.

It offers no new system of education, but co-operates with the schools and extends to them a much appreciated recreational plan.

If he does this willingly and well, he co-operates with his fellow men and assists in the great upbuilding of the nation.

In this way a comfortable life will be guaranteed to every person who co-operates in production to a certain extent.