Opposed synonyms

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Argued; not certain, agreed upon, or accepted.
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Opposed in mind (to do something); unwilling; disinclined
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Not willing; hesitant or loath:
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(Chemistry) That has a torsion angle between 90° and 180°
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The definition of averse is having a feeling of distaste or strong opposition.
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antagonistic
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Relating to or characteristic of an adversary; involving antagonistic elements:
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Moving in an opposite or opposing direction:
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Contending or acting against; as, antagonistic forces.
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Having or showing a strong aversion or repugnance:
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That opposes or oppose; on the opposite side.
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Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting opposition
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Providing or having to do with support
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With no or little opposition
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To be a counterbalance to; offset
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To respond to a stimulus; be affected by some influence, event, etc.
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To ward off attacks from; to fight to protect; to guard.
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To fight is defined as to participate in a physical or verbal disagreement, or to face something and struggle through it.
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To harmonize with another:
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To bring (something) into opposition with something else.
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To be contrary to; be inconsistent with:
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To argue or reason against; contradict; deny; dispute
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To withstand is to be able to successfully cope with something or to be able to resist or remain unaffected by something.
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To stake a sum of money upon a hand of cards, as in the old game of gleek. See revie.
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To lay in a cross direction; to cross.
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The definition of thwart is to hinder or stop something from happening.
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To oppose actively; fight, argue, or work against
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Repudiate is to refuse to have anything to do with or to reject in a public way.
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To repel is defined as to hold off, refuse to accept or reject.
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To rebel is to go against authority.
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To protest is to make clear you object to something, especially if you do so publicly through demonstrations.
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(Rare) To contradict or controvert; to oppose; to challenge or question the truth or validity of a given statement.
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To block or stop up (a passage) with obstacles or impediments; dam; clog
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Addison
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To be sufficient for (a need, for example); fulfill:
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To face up to, to meet head-on, to confront.
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To meet or confront squarely or face to face
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To meet with; face (difficulties, trouble, etc.)
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To engage in a battle.
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(Intransitive) To not agree (suit).
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(Obsolete) To quarrel; dispute.
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To refuse to believe; reject:
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To not conform to or follow a pattern or certain set of rules.
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To discuss opposing reasons; argue
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To meet and pass (each other)
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(Archaic) To match or equal
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To counteract is to act in opposition to or against some force in order to neutralize the force.
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To meet or return (a blow) by another blow.
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To disagree with in argument; contradict
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To compare so as to point out the differences; set off against one another
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To try to disprove or invalidate (something) as by argument or legal action; dispute
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To strive in opposition; to contest; to dispute; to vie; to quarrel; to fight.
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To face; stand or meet face to face
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(Obs.) To fight; battle; contend
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To oppose in battle; fight against.
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(By extension) To overcome or shed (e.g., an impediment or expectation), in pursuit of a goal; to force a way through despite (an obstacle); to resist or proceed against.
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To prevent (something or someone) from passing.
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To oppose as in a battle; fight
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To engage in a quarrel; dispute.
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To oppose or counteract
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To bind through legal or moral obligation (to do something, especially to marry) (usually in passive).
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To meet in violent conflict:
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A wind with a speed from 103 to 117 km (64 to 73 mi) per hour, rating 11 on the Beaufort scale.
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To attack physically and violently; assault
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To begin to affect; to act upon injuriously or destructively; to begin to decompose or waste.
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The act of inflicting bodily injury upon another. See also mayhem.
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To attack with or as with artillery or bombs
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To fight or quarrel
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To overcome or vanquish by superior force; subdue.
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To get in the way of; to hinder
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To repay or requite by an act of the same kind.
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To maneuver around and behind the flank of (an opposing force).
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To contend or fight violently with an opponent
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To act or serve as a shield or safeguard.
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To serve or function as a substitute for another:
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To ensure the safety or integrity of; protect or preserve:
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To act as a guard
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(Obsolete) To defeat; invalidate.
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To check suddenly the outward movement of (a rope, cable, etc.) by turning it around a fixed object, as a post
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To withdraw formally from membership in, or association with, a group, organization, etc., esp. a political group
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To rise up against the government
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Uphold is defined as to support or defend, or to keep from sinking.
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To hold, fasten, or secure so as to prevent or limit movement:
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To prove (an argument or statement) to be false or wrong, by argument or evidence
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To prove (a person, statement, etc.) to be in error or false; overcome by argument or proof
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To confound is defined as to confuse someone, defeat an enemy or foil a plan.
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(Intransitive) To explore, investigate, or question
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To ask a question or questions
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(Computing) To declare something obsolescent; to recommend against a function, technique, command, etc. that still works but has been replaced.
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To voice opposition; object:
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To dislike is to feel distaste or hostility towards someone or something.
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To refuse to accept (someone) as a lover, spouse, or friend; rebuff.
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To be uncertain about; question; feel distrust of
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To cause to go or move backward or in an opposite direction
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(Slang) To remove as a threat, especially by killing.
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To make fun of (someone); to goad (a person) into responding, often in an aggressive manner.
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To condemn; consider wrong or inappropriate.
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To expose is defined as to make something visible or make something known.
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To dispute something.
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To help.
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To (give) support (to); to further the progress of; to help; to assist.
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To give material or financial aid to:
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To be for; support; advocate; endorse
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To share in something:
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To join is defined as to bring or connect together or to become part of something that already exists.
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Support is defined as to provide comfort, encouragement or financial assistance to someone.
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To help bring about or further the growth or establishment of
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To give forth a natural product; be productive.
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To meet in the same point; to combine or conjoin; to contribute or help towards a common object or effect.
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To accept or support a policy or program:
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(Intransitive) To rest satisfied, or apparently satisfied, or to rest without opposition and discontent (usually implying previous opposition or discontent); to accept or consent by silence or by omitting to object; — followed by ""in"", sometimes also by ""with"" and ""to"".
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To receive or admit to; to agree to; to assent to; to submit to.
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(Intransitive) To consider or show to be worthy of approbation or acceptance.
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To oppose and defy; face
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Located directly across from something else, or from each other.
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Opposite in nature, order, direction, etc.; altogether different
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Tending or serving to restrict; limiting.
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Find another word for opposed. In this page you can discover 128 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for opposed, like: hostile to, disputed, at-cross-purposes, up-against, against-the-grain, at the other end of the spectrum, reluctant, unwilling, anti, averse and repugnant.