verb (used with object), op·posed, op·pos·ing.
verb (used without object), op·posed, op·pos·ing.
Origin of oppose
Synonyms for oppose
Antonyms for oppose
Related Words for opposerplayer, aspirant, competitor, candidate, foe, entrant, contestant, match, resister, opposition, adversary, antagonist, enemy, challenger, rival, bandit, assailant, con, anti, litigant
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Historical Examples of opposer
I would a thousand times rather have you a reformer than an opposer of reforms.Bert Lloyd's Boyhood
J. McDonald Oxley
At Nottingham he had a controversy with Rice Jones, an opposer of the earlier visit.George Fox
Now the opposer had been destroyed, and no further obstacle stood in his path.Menotah
Ernest G. Henham
The dissuader and opposer of the agrarian law now began to be popular.The History of Rome, Books 01 to 08
Her husband was a cripple, almost helpless, an unbeliever, and to some extent an opposer of religion.The Wonders of Prayer