verb (used with object), op·posed, op·pos·ing.
verb (used without object), op·posed, op·pos·ing.
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Gentlemen had charged the opposers of the petition with heat; he thought there was as much heat on one side as the other.
But now the opposers of abolitionism, and especially the clergy, began to be alarmed.The Grimk Sisters|Catherine H. Birney
Mr. Kittera said, that the opposers of this part of the resolution were the opposers of a direct tax altogether.
This article also shows, that the Harveian theory is still maintained by the opposers of mine.Theory of Circulation by Respiration|Emma Willard
The opposers of an adjournment in Senate, yesterday agreed to adjourn on the 10th of July.