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  • s  sharply contrasted in character or purpose
    practices entirely antithetical to her professed beliefs
    hope is antithetic to despair

  • The international oil companies involved have achieved a very neat compromise between their deep and antithetic desires: 1) to enlist strong Government support in the Middle East .
  • Chief criticism: the symphony was "profoundly tragic," an artistic attitude considered antithetic to Soviet society, especially if the music depicted a lonely individual.
  • North he traveled, into Oregon, State of his antithetic running mate, cool, bourbon Charles Linza McNary.

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