Contrarian [noun]

Definition of Contrarian:

one who takes an opposing view

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Sentence/Example of Contrarian:

Most of my contrarian views from the 1980s are now kind of broadly accepted.

Cheney credibly demonstrates that the contrarian Congressman Randolph fed Monroe’s jealousy of the coequal relationship Madison enjoyed with Jefferson.

Joining NOAA as the “Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Environmental Observation and Prediction” is University of Delaware Professor David Legates—a well-known contrarian who rejects the science of human-caused climate change.

It’s somewhat of contrarian stance given most advertisers who buy ads on Amazon also sell products there.

His willingness to be a contrarian has manifested itself in other areas of his life.

Immo contrarian., ni fallor, Christiana antiquitas tenuit doctrinam.