diametrical

[ dahy-uh-me-tri-kuh l or dahy-uh-me-trik ]SEE DEFINITION OF diametrical

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The doctrine of the Sufis was in diametrical opposition to this.

It was only natural that our thoughts and our ambitions should face each other suspiciously from the diametrical opposite ends.

He is Landon's diametrical opposite, being above all else a man of action and a born soldier.

Lincoln's solution of the enigma was in diametrical contrast with the views of the leading spirits of the South.

Cutters intended to be adjusted to suit bores of varying diameter should have clearance on the end and on the diametrical edges.

Anyhow, the diametrical conflict of prophecies suggests one remark which often impresses me.

At all events he had exposed himself to reproach, by acting in diametrical opposition to the professions of his whole life.

So far from performing their duty in the matter, they are acting in diametrical opposition to it.

By this diametrical change of Christian thought a great amount of scepticism has already been antiquated.

The separation by continents, by climate, by color, and by institutions is the most diametrical that mankind exhibits anywhere.

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