verb (used with object), op·posed, op·pos·ing.
verb (used without object), op·posed, op·pos·ing.
Origin of oppose
Synonyms for oppose
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Contemporary Examples of oppose
So far, just four members, including Gohmert and Yoho, have announced they will oppose Boehner on Tuesday.The YOLO Caucus' New Cry for Attention
January 4, 2015
But his words felt forced and were belied his 2004 vote to oppose marking Martin Luther King Jr.Steve Scalise Shows There’s a Fine Line Between Confederate & Southern
January 2, 2015
But if religious beliefs are fueling climate denial, then religious approaches are necessary to oppose it.Extreme Weather? Blame the End Times
November 28, 2014
They will also oppose any attempts to hunt grizzlies in their recognized ancestral homelands.What It Takes to Kill a Grizzly Bear
November 23, 2014
Yet in the last several years China and Russia have joined together to oppose America and the rest of the international community.China Is Financing Putin’s Aggression
Gordon G. Chang
November 13, 2014
Historical Examples of oppose
She started back when she beheld Robin, and again thought that some evil genius had determined to oppose her wherever she went.The History of Margaret Catchpole
If they were revolutionists, preaching violence and practising it, it would be an easy matter to oppose them.The Kingdom of God is Within You, What is Art
Lyof N. Tolstoi
Manly, himself, did not oppose her departure; he felt it was best she should go.Love After Marriage; and Other Stories of the Heart
Caroline Lee Hentz
On hearing these words, I abstained from upbraiding her, and said, Do what seemeth fit to thee; for I will not oppose thee.The Thousand and One Nights, Vol. I.
Mother Earth will endeavor to attract and appeal to all those who oppose encroachment on public and individual life.