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adverb as in unfavorably

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Students for Fair Admissions, a group opposed to the use of race in admissions, sued the university in 2014 in an effort to halt what it alleged was unlawful discrimination.

The owners of The Post and other news organizations opposed the tax because they believed it would apply to smaller news publishers that rely on digital ads.

Many House Democrats opposed the redistricting amendment, saying it didn’t do enough to ensure minority participation in drawing political boundaries.

One contender for the Board of Supervisors said she saw people who opposed her campaign hanging around her house before the March primary.

The union will now likely use whatever pull it has to oppose Montgomery Steppe for Council president and keep their perspective in the discussion about reallocating police funding or other reforms that may come forward.

Opposingly, White believed it would take cathartic calamity to trigger meaningful change.

Mr. Prohack opposingly suggested that national duty called him elsewhere.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to opposingly, such as: adversely, critically, conflictingly, contrarily, disparagingly, and oppositely.

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