contrariwise[ kon-trer-ee-wahyz or for 3, kuh n-trair- ]SEE DEFINITION OF contrariwise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTRARIWISE
And, contrariwise, there is tripe—“the stomach of the ox or of some other ruminant.”
The demand may be greater for boys than for girls, or contrariwise.
Contrariwise, the flute was being played more and more slowly.
If prime figures be reciprocall in base and height, they are equall: And contrariwise.
If any one angle of triangle be lesse then the other two, it is acute: And contrariwise.
If a triangle be equicrurall, the angles at the base are equall: and contrariwise, 5.
Contrariwise out of an higher Tower, one may measure a lesser.
If inscripts be equall, they be equally distant from the center: And contrariwise.
If a triangle be an equilater, it is also an equiangle: And contrariwise.
As the sectour is unto the sectour, so is the angle unto the angle: And Contrariwise.