Synonym: but then, then again. Similar words: the other day, perhaps, on the contrary, in the open, month, other than, on the run, on the road. Meaning: adv. (contrastive) from another point of view.
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(1) On the other hand, the idea appealed to him.
(2) I want to go to the party, but on the other hand I ought to be studying.
(3) On the other hand, many women choose to go out to work.
(4) I'd like to eat out, but on the other hand I should be trying to save money.
(5) Well, all right, hospitals lose money. But, on the other hand, if people are healthy, don't think of it as losing money; think of it as saving lives.
(6) Runtal, on the other hand, became a union activist.
(7) A box, on the other hand, offers all-round protection.
(8) Keith on the other hand is more adventurous.
(9) Table 28-I, on the other hand, indicates a number of very basic manufacturing industries wherein economic power is highly concentrated.
(10) On the other hand, honesty is an absolutely necessary policy as a matter of principle and also credibility.
(11) Multi-tasking, on the other hand, allows more than one application to be active and working simultaneously.
(12) On the other hand[Sentencedict.com], I do hit the ball tremendously hard and with various violent spins.
(13) On the other hand, there were grave limitations in using existing adult education institutions for radical education and action.
(14) On the other hand, a breach of warranty allows the aggrieved party to claim damages only.
(15) One may on the other hand consider that the ancient traditions and methods of training for the Bar are worthy of preservation.
(16) On the other hand, the vulnerability of such old people creates considerable anxiety.
(17) Gunther Zuntz, on the other hand, has argued for the exclusively Pythagorean identity of the tablets.
(18) McGregor and Diaz, on the other hand, are notable primarily for being adorable.
(19) On the other hand, a reduction in costs can come about through elimination of waste.
(20) But on the other hand, he gave fans exactly what they didn't want a plan for all-seater stands.
(21) On the other hand, it keeps us amused, so what the hell?
(22) On the other hand, no new direction was immediately apparent.
(23) On the other hand, we have mental activity which enables us, second-by-second, to conceive of ourselves as mental entities.
(24) On the other hand, I didn't have to think about it at all to decide it was flamboyant, asinine pretentiousness.
(25) On the other hand there is nothing in the Labour amendment which many of them would oppose anyway.
(26) On the other hand, he wanted to know what it was like to live as a sexually active human being.
(27) Yet on the other hand an agreement had been reached for mutual military aid as early as 1609.
(28) On the one hand I'd like a job which pays more, but on the other hand I enjoy the work I'm doing at the moment.
(29) On the one hand, if the body doesn't have enough cholesterol, we would not be able to survive. On the other hand, if the body has too much cholesterol, the excess begins to line the arteries.
(30) Seems to me the basic conflict between men and women, sexually, is that men are like firemen. To men, sex is an emergency, and no matter what we're doing we can be ready in two minutes. Women, on the other hand, are like fire. They're very exciting, but the conditions have to be exactly right for it to occur. Jerry Seinfeld
More similar words: the other day, perhaps, on the contrary, in the open, month, other than, on the run, on the road, monthly, on the spot, on the whole, on the side, on the table, last month, to the contrary, on the grounds of, more often than not, hand in hand, stereotype, theory, theology, theological, theoretical, other, bother, tooth, another, mother, others, both.