diametrically opposed

See: opposite
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Paul and the Doctor were diametrically opposed to each other in opinion; the former declaring for an immediate appeal to arms, and the latter was warmly espousing the policy of pacific measures.
Then he remembered the underwriters and the owners, the two masters a captain must serve, either of which could and would break him and whose interests were diametrically opposed.
Rouncewell, our views of duty, and our views of station, and our views of education, and our views of--in short, ALL our views--are so diametrically opposed, that to prolong this discussion must be repellent to your feelings and repellent to my own.
On the other hand, the unanimous affirmative answer will be that the return to nature and socialism are diametrically opposed to each other.
We find her unbecoming conduct, [shown] before the public, to be diametrically opposed to what UST stands for and to its motto of 'Veritas in Caritate' or 'Truth in Charity,'' USTAC-S said.
Bassil deplored the presence of two diametrically opposed approaches in the country.
Leatrice Eiseman, the executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, said that "It's (Ultra Violet) also the most complex of all colors, because it takes two shades that are seemingly diametrically opposed - blue and red - and brings them together to create something new.
In today's episode we will hear two stories, from almost diametrically opposed perspectives, about the ways in which recognition and pride matter, especially when it comes to what we eat and drink.
The Transportation Security Administrations mission is made all the more challenging by the two difficult and diametrically opposed tasks that we ask them to perform.
The election is seen as the most important in France for decades with two diametrically opposed views of Europe and France's place in the world at stake.
The Senate's and Pentagon's diametrically opposed positions on the value of CFTs can be partially reconciled with a better understanding of what CFTs are, how cross-functional groups have performed to date in the Pentagon, and their prerequisites for success.
LOOKING at the stance taken by some Labour MPs in the Labour leadership contest it struck me how diametrically opposed their standards seem to be compared to the ones I and the members of the armed forces hold dear - loyalty, integrity and esprit de corps.