oppositely

All Adverb
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  • Now the powers of the soul are oppositely divided, as various species. Cited from Summa Theologica, Part I (Prima Pars), by Thomas Aquinas
  • Want of documents how to answer forced me to be silent, oppositely as I thought. Cited from The Diary and Letters of Madam D'Arblay Volume 2
  • Oppositely arranged, simple leaves are very variable even on the same plant.
  • The tanks can turn in their own length, by moving one belt in one direction and the other oppositely. Cited from Tom Swift & his War Tank, by Victor Appleton
  • I do not know how they became such friends; for it would have been difficult to find two characters more oppositely constituted. Cited from The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard by Anatole France 3
  • The leaves are oppositely arranged and green to red or purple in color.
  • The lower leaves are oppositely arranged and divided into several wide lobes.
  • The thick leaves are round to heart-shaped and arranged oppositely on the short stem.
  • They are mostly alternately arranged, but the upper ones can be oppositely arranged.
  • The two halves are wound oppositely and connected in series, the connection between both being made over the primary. Cited from Experiments with Alternate Currents..., by Nikola Tesla
  • The oppositely-directed return currents flow through the ground plane directly beneath the trace.
  • The oppositely arranged leaves line the stems, the largest ones located at the middle of each stem.
  • Equal but oppositely directed rotation will result in different values for the radar distance.
  • The oppositely-arranged leaves are each made up of three leaflets.
  • The oppositely charged ions - typically a great many of them - are then attracted to each other to form a solid.
  • Also, the person may walk windward or oppositely for various reasons.
  • This energy will be released to a locally, oppositely charged region in the form of lightning.
  • The paper may or may not be oppositely charged.
  • The leaves are oppositely arranged, but some plants may have alternately arranged leaves along the upper stems.
  • They are arranged oppositely on the lower part of the stem.
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Meaning of oppositely

  • adverb In an opposite position