oppositeness

[ op-uh-zit, -sit ]SEE DEFINITION OF oppositeness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPPOSITENESS

Dearly as we love home and home-folk, the gist of travel lies in oppositeness and surprises.

Here, as in other respects, Celt and Teuton show an incompatibility and oppositeness which strongly suggest difference of origin.

The merit of woman consists in the oppositeness of her qualities to those of the male sex.

But it should be borne in mind that the oppositeness of their nature does not necessarily mean conflict.

"She plays like a foreigner," he answered, pleased with the success and oppositeness of his evasion.

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