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Sentence count:194+15 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: conflict withcontradictcounteractcrossdisputefighthinderrefuteresiststruggleAntonym: agreeSimilar words: opposedoppositionsupposesupposedlyopponentopportunityposesupposingMeaning: [ə'pəʊz]  v. 1. be against; express opposition to 2. fight against or resist strongly 3. oppose with equal weight or force 4. set into opposition or rivalry 5. act against or in opposition to 6. be resistant to. 
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1, We would vigorously oppose such a policy.
2, Congress is continuing to oppose the President's healthcare budget.
3, Nationalist parties united to oppose the government's plans.
4, Both faculty and students oppose the measures.
5, It is illogical to oppose the repatriation of economic migrants.
6, The march was by the silent majority who oppose terrorism.
7, Oppose your views against mine.
8, 'Nobody will oppose it.' 'I should think not!'
9, We oppose racism in all its forms.
10, The government called on the workers to oppose waste.
11, We oppose segregation on religious grounds.
12, A majority of the electorate oppose the law.
13, Many parents oppose bilingual education in schools.
14, We oppose capital punishment in/under any circumstances.
15, I strongly oppose that contention.
16, They oppose each other also complement each other.
17, He has been habilitated enough powers to oppose you.
18, Those who oppose us will be brought under.
19, I would oppose changing the law.
20, This document shows how to oppose bad decisions about new housing.
21, I sought a mandate from my constituents to oppose this tax.
22, Some radicals may oppose him in protest at the attempt of his supporters to stage-manage the congress.
23, There's only a smattering of people who oppose the proposal.
24, Many people oppose the death penalty because of the possibility of miscarriages of justice.
25, We totally oppose the use of gas to kill any animal.
26, The colored students held a one-week moratorium on classes to oppose racism.
27, The old man can't bear anyone in the family to oppose him.
28, Members are concerned that a merger might mean higher costs,[] in which case they would oppose it.
29, In spite of different opinions, we must stay together and jointly oppose the enemy.
30, The coloured students held a one-week moratorium on classes to oppose racism.
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