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absurd contrary to rational thought; illogical; ridiculous. [1/2 definitions]
adversative an adversative word or phrase, such as "but" or "on the contrary". [1/2 definitions]
against in a manner or following a course contrary to. [1/5 definitions]
antislavery against, contrary to, or opposed to slavery.
au contraire (French) on the contrary. [1/2 definitions]
benefit of the doubt acceptance of a statement or belief as true in the absence of contrary proof.
bipolar having or involving two contrary points of view or opinions. [1/2 definitions]
contradict to make a contrary statement. [1/4 definitions]
contradictory involving, containing, or being a contradiction; inconsistent; contrary. [1/3 definitions]
contrariety the quality or condition of being contrary. [2 definitions]
contrary one of two contrary or totally different things. [1/6 definitions]
counter3 in an opposite or contrary manner or direction. [3/8 definitions]
counter- contrary; opposing. [1/2 definitions]
cross antagonistic or contrary. [1/16 definitions]
delusion a mistaken or false belief, esp. one that persists despite evidence to the contrary, as in certain abnormal mental states. [1/2 definitions]
disproof evidence or proof to the contrary. [1/2 definitions]
double-cross (informal) to betray or cheat by acting contrary to a previous agreement.
double cross (informal) a betrayal or swindle accomplished by a course of action contrary to that previously agreed upon with the victim. [1/2 definitions]
eddy a small current of water, air, fog, dust, or the like that moves contrary to the main current, esp. rotating like a whirlpool. [1/2 definitions]
even used as an intensive to indicate something surprising or contrary to the expected. [1/17 definitions]
illegal contrary to law, rules, or the like; unlawful. [1/2 definitions]