Definition of oppositive in English:

oppositive

Line breaks: op|posi¦tive
Pronunciation: /əˈpɒzɪtɪv
 
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adjective

rare
Expressing opposition; contrasting: the SDL and Labour had oppositive views on issues such as land
More example sentences
  • The same type of information should be determined for the oppositive party if possible.
  • One gets the clear impression that popular discourse is struggling to affirm itself, to be louder and more effective in its oppositive force.
  • Critics of the state take the oppositive view that it is a deeply flawed institution.

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