Contrary [adjective]

Definition of Contrary:

antagonistic; opposite

Opposite/Antonyms of Contrary:

Sentence/Example of Contrary:

This senseless policy needlessly puts lives at risk, and it’s critical that the American people speak out about why this rule change is dangerous and contrary to our values.

Quite the contrary, the delays help ensure legitimacy of the votes.

On the contrary, you can run 404 checks to locate pages that are not working anymore to ensure that they are redirected in the correct page.

On the contrary, the whole point is that business on its own can make the world a better place.

And, contrary to popular belief, I’m also a huge proponent of public transportation.

In fact, mandatory diversity training, grievance procedures, and job tests—three of the most common diversity and inclusion initiatives employed by companies—produce results contrary to their stated goal.

Among others, they verify the reviewer’s identity, check if they are in any way affiliated with the product or on the contrary work for the competitors.

Other leaders of the digital marketing world also shared their insights on this new update that wasn’t contrary to those of SEMrush and brought new information to light.

Whether they had ever, at different times, pleaded for or against the same cause, and cited precedents to prove contrary opinions?

My husband detests them; on the contrary, I like those carriages, for they tell me of happy—I mean to say, of former times.