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contrary in Meteorology topic

contrarycontrary2 AWL adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 OPPOSITE/REVERSEcontrary ideas, opinions, or actions are completely different and opposed to each other syn opposing πŸ”Š Two contrary views emerged. πŸ”Š The men shouted contrary orders.contrary to πŸ”Š The government’s actions are contrary to the public interest.2 β†’ contrary to popular belief/opinion3 formalHEM a contrary wind is not blowing in the direction you want to sail
Examples from the Corpus
contraryβ€’ None the less, the auctioneer does not, in the absence of a contrary agreement, warrant the vendor's title.β€’ The evaluation it is based on is that human lives are torn by contrary desires and strong aversions.β€’ Unemployment, however, has brought about a simultaneous and contrary downward social movement.β€’ Before 1099 he had made no difficulty about acting in a contrary sense.β€’ "Driving Miss Daisy" is the story of a contrary Southern lady and her wise chauffeur.β€’ This, he thought, was contrary to republican principles.β€’ Some Congressmen are bound to express a contrary view.β€’ Contrary weather prevented the climb.contrary toβ€’ Thompson acted contrary to his client's best interests.β€’ Contrary to his testimony, Pierce was personally involved in the fraud.