contrastingly

All Adverb
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  • Contrastingly, many tennis matches are conducted with no officials present directly on court.
  • The eastern part of the district experiences hot climate and the western part contrastingly has a pleasant climate.
  • Contrastingly, many tennis matches are conducted with no officials present.
  • Contrastingly, modern plagues often hit an affected area yearly for an average of eight to forty years.
  • Contrastingly, there are standard provisions to turn down an offer or proposal with relatively little loss of face on the part of the party refused.
  • Contrastingly, if a hypnotist implies that some event occurred that did not, then a false memory may be created.
  • The hindwings and fringes grey brown, usually contrastingly dark but occasionally rather light in colour.
  • The story has many falling of deaths like leaves falling from tree and contrastingly named, which attracts the interest of readers.
  • Contrastingly, employment within industry has been steadily declining since the 1970s, as service sector employment rates increase.
  • Contrastingly, Peter Bishop used other criteria and included moving stimuli within the definition of simple cells.
  • Contrastingly, some factors almost certainly attribute to the cause of postpartum depression, such as lack of social support.
  • The comedy was also known for its contrastingly sombre musical soundtrack, which was released commercially.
  • Otherwise its plumage is green with a contrastingly black tail.
  • The American pavilion, contrastingly, attracted negative interest among those that were not from the United States.
  • At least in the living species, the rump and tail are colored contrastingly.
  • Statistics contrastingly display that immunity to the modern plague has not been acquired.
  • The fringes are contrastingly dark but with extensive white areas.
  • Contrastingly, Druce is also one of the most respected figures in the performance of Early Music.
  • Contrastingly, 40% of emerging adults do not attend college but live independently and work full-time.
  • Marcel contrastingly is totally unmoved and convinces his wife that they should get out of the cold.
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Meaning of contrastingly

  • adverb In a contrasting manner
    contrastingly, both the rooms leading off it gave an immediate impression of being disgraced