Definition of Oppositions

1. Noun. (plural of opposition) ¹



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Definition of Oppositions

1. opposition [n] - See also: opposition

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oppositions

opposite sides
opposite word
oppositely
oppositeness
oppositenesses
opposites
opposites attract
oppositifolious
opposition
opposition parry
opposition research
oppositional
oppositional disorder
oppositionist
oppositionists
oppositions (current term)
oppositipetalous
oppositisepalous
oppositive
oppositive case
opposum
opposure
oppress
oppressed
oppresses
oppressest
oppresseth
oppressing
oppressingly
oppression

Literary usage of Oppositions

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1. The Mathematical Monthly by John D Runkle (1859)
"Thetis. — Berliner Astron. Jahrbuch, 1859, p. 419, by E. SCHÖNFELD, from four oppositions, 1852- 1856. The errors at opposition in 1857 were ..."

2. The Mathematical Monthly by John Daniel Runkle (1859)
"170, by Mr. ERNEST SCHUBERT, from four oppositions, 1851 -1854. Have agreed well with observations since. At opposition in 1858 the errors were Aa cos 4 ..."

3. General History of the Christian Religion and Church by August Neander (1854)
"... of the Christian consciousness here asserted itself much more strongly, and hence men were less exposed to run into such direct oppositions of doctrine; ..."

4. The Sun by Amédée Guillemin (1875)
"How to measure an inaccessible Distance ; horizontal Parallax—Measure of the Sun's Parallax ; the Method used by Aristarchus of Samos ; oppositions of Mars ..."

5. Readings in Political Science by Raymond Garfield Gettell (1911)
"Bryce finds two general lines of cleavage forming party divisions throughout our entire national history.1 Two permanent oppositions may, I think, ..."

6. The elements of deductive logic: Designed Mainly for the Use of Junior by Thomas Fowler (1880)
"Of Immediate Inferences the most important forms are oppositions, Conversions ... On oppositions. Two propositions are said to be opposed when they have the ..."

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