The Nobel committee unexpectedly handed the award to an anti–chemical weapons group.
They met for the first time at an anti–Iraq war rally, and within months they were married.
All are holdovers from the Tkuma Party (explained here), and all are "anti women" (read: religious fanatics) in some way.
She and her firm were one of the first to challenge the anti–gay marriage passing of Prop 8.
Regarding Muslims, we have clearly seen in recent times an uptick in anti—Muslim bigotry.
He therefore sailed from anti Milo at sunset, and shaped his course to Cerigotto.
None of our anti or neobiotics or combinations of them have a positive effect.
anti wasn't ordinary; she was strange, even for an accidental, living far inside a deep armor of flesh.
I do hope she won't have a bad time with that anti husband of hers!
anti Christ and his confederates are to be destroyed at Megiddo.
as a stand-alone word, attested from 1788, originally in reference to the anti-federalists in U.S. politics (in the 1830s, of the Anti-Masonic party); as an adjective, from 1857. From anti- in various usages.
word-forming element meaning "against, opposed to, opposite of, instead," from Old French anti- and directly from Latin anti-, from Greek anti "against, opposite, instead of," also used as a prefix, from PIE *anti "against," also "in front of" (see ante). It appears in some words in Middle English but was not commonly used in word formations until modern times.
anti- or ant-
Opposing; against: antisocial.
Counteracting; neutralizing: antibody.
A prefix whose basic meaning is "against." It is used to form adjectives that mean "counteracting" (such as antiseptic, preventing infection). It is also used to form nouns referring to substances that counteract other substances (such as antihistamine, a substance counteracting histamine), and nouns meaning "something that displays opposite, reverse, or inverse characteristics of something else" (such as anticyclone, a storm that circulates in the opposite direction from a cyclone). Before a vowel it becomes ant-, as in antacid.
A person opposed to a particular plan, position, action, etc: The vote showed three pros and six antis