counterintuitively counterintuitively


  • (adv) in a counterintuitive manner


  1. Durham also suggests, counterintuitively, that kids should have access to more media.
  2. Thus, counterintuitively, Hell might be endothermic, as any other large mass black hole would be.
  3. Norman argues counterintuitively that he needs butterflies to perform well.


  • Your Playbook To Profit From Falling Currencies

    In recent days, investors might not have noticed a very unusual trend playing out in global markets. A number of once-robust currencies are in freefall against the U.S. dollar -- and counterintuitively, ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: StreetAuthority Network via Yahoo! Finance

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