opposer opposer


  • (n) someone who offers opposition


  1. Guatemala, where Reds already run such governmental institutions as social security and the land-reform program, took to itself the role of martyr and chief opposer of the measure.
  2. Though admittedly, the extreme, vitriol-spewing, religious fanatic anti-abortion zealot is much easier to argue against than the rational opposer.


  • Arts Around Town Week of Sept. 30

    The Arts and Entertainment section lets you know what interesting events are going on around Ithaca this week. Awkwafina on Friday at 9 p.m. at Just About Music Residence Hall An opposer of Michael Bloomberg’s large beverage billand fake NYC B*tche$ — and a self-proclaimed Yellow Ranger — NYC rapper […]
    on September 30, 2013     Source: The Cornell Daily Sun


  • "I am a staunch opposer of the treaty, but it looks like the tide is against us," said Brian Carty, who works for Sinn Fein - the only mainstream political party opposing the treaty. "You can never say never, but it looks like a Yes vote this...
    on Oct 2, 2009 By: Carty Source: Reuters

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