Save for chance, they would remain always as the poles apart.
In language and religion, by habits and associations, they were poles apart from each other.
In his presence she felt herself transported to another atmosphere, poles apart from the one she had just left.
In principles and tactics they were poles apart, and the bitterness between them was at fever heat.
In England those who in ecclesiastical matters were poles apart united in a plea for economic conservatism.
Longer terms of peace gave opportunity for development on lines that were as poles apart.
He has come under a control that differs as poles apart from the free days of 'fleeting' and 'single boating.'
"What a person imagines he hears, and what the speaker has really implied, may be poles apart," he said.