dramatically opposed

dramatically opposed

verb about face, adoption, change like a chameleon, change of heart, change of mind, conversion, defection, divergence, flip-flop, 180-degree about face, qualification, regression, restructuring, reversal, reversion, tergiversation, turn of the tide, turnabout
Associated concepts: flip-flop on a political stance
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From what I can perceive, there may be some sense of consideration for making structural changes to the CFPB, which thus far, the president has been dramatically opposed to," Becker said.
The new concepts, however, are dramatically opposed to much of the traditional thinking and require a radical re-education before success can be achieved.
These needs are dramatically opposed, leaving little room for compromise.
Suspecting that a merger would result in a deterioration in local health care the vast majority were dramatically opposed to a merger.
Most forensic scientists on the Net were dramatically opposed to the process.
As Rubin notes, "The Cubist artist's notion that there was something important to be learned from the sculpture of tribal peoples - an art whose appearance and assumptions were dramatically opposed to prevailing aesthetic canons - could only be taken by bourgeois culture as an attack upon its values' (7).