oppositional

[ op-uh-zish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF oppositional
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Oppositional splendour is there, and the stained radiance of a Bachian chorale.

To this normal state of oppositional contraction the name "muscular tonicity" is given.

Thereupon the oppositional elements increased in numbers and displayed a marked combative disposition.

The oppositional Evening Journal has missed a capital opportunity of weeping over the barbarity of the soldateska.