1. with antithesis; in an antithetical manner
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How To Use antithetically In A Sentence

  • Casual as these associations may be - other readers will surely draw their own, perhaps antithetically - they make a compelling case for the critical relevance of a lost body of writing whose aesthetic interest isn't always apparent.
  • He practices directing as antithetically and abusively to the author's intentions as perversely possible, reaping kudos from benighted reviewers and audiences alike.
  • The terms are used antithetically, each in its distinctive correct legal sense.
  • The co-speaker was Layton Blanchet, one of those iconic, antithetically mixed personalities the American South has produced unrelentingly since Reconstruction. The Glass Rainbow
  • Very trivial, perhaps, this anguish seems to weather-worn mortals who have to think of Christmas bills, dead loves, and broken friendships; but it was not less bitter to Maggie -- perhaps it was even more bitter -- than what we are fond of calling antithetically the real troubles of mature life. The Mill on the Floss
  • No matter how hard the left in this country tries, they will never be able to totally squash FREEDOM. over-the-top kookiness about things that cannot be empirically proven. socialism is not a taboo boogeyman concept, nor does it operate antithetically to “freedom”. Think Progress » Florida doctor tells Obama voters they are not welcome: ‘Seek urologic care elsewhere.’
  • From that time onwards, so long as these Gymnosperms were, as was usual, reckoned as dicotyledonous flowering plants, the term Angiosperm was used antithetically by botanical writers, but with varying limitation, as a group-name for other dicotyledonous plants. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Part 1, Slice 1
  • Christ's teachings so specifically preach the virtues of compassion and love and humility and nonjudgmentalism - to see Christians behaving so antithetically toward the teachings of Christ, I'm really offended by it.
  • It will be an incredible precedent if a Canadian court, under some theory or other of human rights, were to declare a practice that I think is antithetically opposed to human rights values to be constitutionally permissible, he said. Polygamy Case Tests Canada's Marriage Laws
  • It's a question of antithetically opposed ways of thinking.
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