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Another word for antipode

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Noun
  1. That which is diametrically opposed to another

      1. Any two places or regions that are on diametrically opposite sides of the earth.
      2. Something that is the exact opposite or contrary of another; an antipode.
      3. A place on the opposite side of the earth
      1. The second stage of the Hegelian dialectic process, representing the opposite of the thesis.
      2. The direct or exact opposite:
      3. A proposition that is the diametric opposite of some other proposition.
      1. (Semantics) A word which has the opposite meaning of another, although not necessarily in all its senses.
      1. Something that is opposite or contrary.
      2. The opposite; thing that is the opposite of another
      3. (Logic) Either of two propositions so related that only one can be true but both may be false
      1. An interchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language; conversation.
      2. A thing related in a converse way; the opposite
      3. Something that has been reversed; an opposite.
      1. (Printing) The depression between the raised lines of the face on a piece of type.
      2. (Football) A play in which most blockers move in one direction while the running back with the ball moves in the opposite direction
      3. The opposite; contrary
      1. An opponent or antagonist.
      2. Anything opposed or opposite
      3. One that is opposite or contrary to another.
      1. A change to an opposite position, condition, or direction.
      2. A mechanism, etc. for reversing, as a gear arrangement in a transmission that causes a machine, motor vehicle, etc. to run backward or in the opposite direction
      3. Movement in an opposite direction.
      1. (Logic) Any of a pair of propositions, that cannot both be true or both be false.
      2. Something that contradicts; an opposite
      3. (Logic) Either of two proportions so related that only one can be true and, likewise, only one can be false
      1. (Logic) A proposition obtained by negating and transposing the terms of a given proposition
      2. A proposition derived by negating and permuting the terms of another, equivalent proposition; for example, All not-Y is not-X is the contrapositive of All X is Y.
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