Origin of anti-
Examples from the Web for anti-
But, in theory, the minute she announces, unauthorized PACs, whether pro- or anti-, will need to chop her name from their titles.Hillary’s SuperPAC War Proves Yet Again That Campaign Finance Needs a Fix|Michelle Cottle|January 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Pro pay for performance, anti-"take whatever you want" healthcare.
Finally, and most importantly, Conservatives need to drop the anti- State rhetoric.
They are not only anti- English, but anti-French, anti-American, and at times bitter.Germany and the Germans|Price Collier
How can you have communion with something “anti- or ultra-human”?The Vagabond in Literature|Arthur Rickett
British Dictionary definitions for anti-
Word Origin for anti-
Word Origin and History for anti-
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.