The problem is, she never convincingly argues the opposite point, which means she never actually answers her question—or my own.
Just a few pages apart, the editors published two articles that seem to be pointing in opposite directions.
What unites them—albeit from opposite poles—is a mistrust of government and, ultimately, a disdain for democracy.
Indeed, almost everything in My Struggle eventually turns into its opposite.
Rather the opposite, in fact, while conceding that he is at least a very talented demagogue.
Turning his head quickly, he saw two men on the opposite side of the road.
A little further on, there was another, from the opposite side of the road.
He would start from the opposite side and get the help of the current.
They walked in the opposite direction to that which the colonel had taken.
I do not believe in denying its force, or running away in an opposite direction.
late 14c., "placed on the other side of (something)," from Old French oposite "opposite, contrary" (13c.), from Latin oppositus "standing against, opposed, opposite," past participle of opponere "set against" (see opponent). Meaning "contrary in nature or character" is from 1570s. As a noun from late 14c. As a preposition from 1758. As an adverb from 1817. Related: Oppositely.
Arranged as one of a pair on either side of a stem or twig. Maple and ash trees have opposite leaves. Compare alternate.