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Origin of antipodes
OTHER WORDS FROM antipodesan·tip·o·de·an [an-tip-uh-dee-uhn], /ænˌtɪp əˈdi ən/, adjective, noun
Definition for antipodes (2 of 2)
noun (used with a plural verb)
Example sentences from the Web for antipodes
Very pathetic, and marked by some distinctively Antipodean traits, is the sister of the bushrangers in Robbery under Arms.Australian Writers|Desmond Byrne
Whitman is certainly not an influence; there is not a trace of him anywhere; Whitman and Mr. Pound are antipodean to each other.Ezra Pound: His Metric and Poetry|T. S. Eliot
Artificial lakes are made for the cultivation of fish caught in Antipodean streams.
After seeing the performance of this antipodean, one can understand the wonderful vigour of his muscles.Acrobats and Mountebanks|Hugues Le Roux
Then there are tree-hunters exploring all the continents, and bringing new species from Japan and other antipodean countries.