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adversarial

/ ˌædvɜːˈsɛərɪəl /

adjective

  1. pertaining to or characterized by antagonism and conflict
  2. having or involving opposing parties or interests in a legal contest US termadversary


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The group might have condemned violence while still maintaining an adversarial relationship with the police force.

I think we are going to have the most adversarial relationship with those entities of any media outlet with a profile.

Despite his personal point of view, May did not take bring an adversarial approach to his interviews with the two judges.

That question should be decided by the federal courts with adversarial representation.

The idea for having an adversarial presence at Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court hearings is potentially even a bigger deal.

Moral individualism succeeds or fails within a framework of adversarial human relations.

Solidarity is replaced by competition, often fiercely adversarial.

Competition often degenerates into an adversarial relation and conflict.

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