She was standing out of the way, over against the gray tile wall.
over against this he will write the life of an American statesman.
over against it stands grammar, which may be said to be derived from reading and writing.
But over against this is the fact, that all the successful attempts at Socialism go in the other direction, toward Communism.
He sat down in a chair on the hearth, over against Mr. Lorry.
over against such conventional believers one thinks of other folk whom he has known.
over against it were framed the decrees of the Council of Trent.
Happily we may set exceptional devotion in another quarter over against the exceptional remissness of the nobles of Tekoa.
The forts of the belligerents were over against each other, and close by.
Yet over against this kingdom of light and love, there has grown up a kingdom of darkness and hate.
early 12c., agenes "in opposition to," a southern variant of agen "again" (see again), with adverbial genitive. The parasitic -t turned up mid-14c. and was standard by early 16c., perhaps from influence of superlatives.