, n. 1. One who opposes; an opponent; an antagonist. [Obs.]
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The opposites of this day's strife.
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2. That which is opposed or contrary in character or meaning; as, sweetness and its opposite; up is the opposite of down.
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The virtuous man meets with more opposites and opponents than any other.
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polar opposite that which is conspicuously different in most important respects.


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