on the other hand

ADVERB
  1. (contrastive) from another point of view
    on the other hand, she is too ambitious for her own good
    then again, she might not go
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How To Use on the other hand In A Sentence

  • But then on the other hand, the whole cosmos or universe is based on this love or compassion.
  • On the other hand, a blazer and slacks would probably be acceptable. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the other hand, we had the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Bild, Süddeutsche Zeitung as well as the Austrian Der Standard and the Neue Zürisches Zeitung covering the story in detail from a very different angle. Who is to run our foreign policy?
  • On the other hand my books don't lend themselves to movies and they tend to violate basic laws of fiction writing.
  • In the Virginia songs, on the other hand, the chorus is usually sung twice after each verse -- often the second time with some such interjaculatory expression as "I say now," "God say you must," as given in Slave Songs of the United States.
  • On the other hand, if you elect for the more expensive hardware option, much less CPU power is needed and often both the picture and sound quality are greatly improved.
  • American football, on the other hand, is a game of intrigue, strategies and intellect.
  • On the other hand, subtrees) and) are trifurcating, and we need to resolve them to find the optimal tree.
  • The postmodern perspective, on the other hand, views the movement of historical time to be radically contingent and unpredictable.
  • On the other hand, bronchodilator inhalers that open congested airways are a big part of asthma treatment, though they aren't used to treat allergies.
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