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. He cast his eyes about the room and closed the lids down on a vision of ten thousand books.
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.
They dare not talk about the national interest because it's now diametrically opposed to their own self-interest.
I am well aware that although there are diametrically opposed views across the political spectrum, that most people are middle ground, so I am bemused at being accused of 'tarring everyone with the same brush'.
Boss Frances Lang said they could not back "an organisation where the values of the owners are so diametrically opposed to our own".
It is something diametrically opposed to negative thinking which is being fearful, apprehensive and unsure of success in efforts.
I think this is not leveling the playing field in politics, and it is diametrically opposed to the democratic principle of fairness and equal opportunity for all.
"Iran and Russia are diametrically opposed to US, NATO or any other countries' presence around the Caspian Sea region," he said.
Even as late as the 17th century, says Vos, John Duns Scotus (1266-1308) was considered a major mainstream philosopher and theologian, but the philosophy of the 19th and 20th centuries created alternative ways of thinking that were diametrically opposed to Scotism in logic, ontology, ethics, and the doctrine of God.
Bassil deplored the presence of two diametrically opposed approaches in the country.