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antithetic (adj.)

"containing an antithesis," c. 1600, from Greek antithetikos "contrasting, setting in opposition," from antithetos "placed in opposition," from antithesis "opposition, resistance," literally "a placing against" (see antithesis).

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Definitions of antithetic

antithetic (adj.)
sharply contrasted in character or purpose;
hope is antithetic to despair
Synonyms: antithetical
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