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synonyms for contradistinctive

  • contrasting
  • disparate
  • distant
  • distinct
  • distinctive
  • divergent
  • diverse
  • offbeat
  • other
  • particular
  • peculiar
  • various
  • a far cry from
  • altered
  • antithetic
  • at odds
  • at variance
  • changed
  • clashing
  • colorful
  • contradistinct
  • contrary
  • contrastive
  • deviating
  • differential
  • discrepant
  • divers
  • incommensurable
  • incomparable
  • inconsistent
  • individual
  • like night and day
  • mismatched
  • mismated
  • opposed
  • otherwise
  • poles apart
  • single
  • unalike
  • unequal
  • unrelated
  • unsimilar
  • variant
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antonyms for contradistinctive

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  • alike
  • common
  • like
  • normal
  • ordinary
  • resembling
  • same
  • similar
  • standard
  • uniform
  • usual
  • conventional
  • correspondent
  • harmonious
  • homogeneous
  • unified
  • united
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How to use contradistinctive in a sentence

AFT—a Saxon word contradistinctive of fore, and an abbreviation of abaft—the hinder part of the ship, or that nearest the stern.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH
It then must be very contradistinctive—was the Minister, in this instance, the poor man's friend, or the rich man's friend?
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. 327VARIOUS
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