oppositely (part of speech: adverb)
- Spencer poured contempt on Carlyle's assertion that genius " means transcendent capacity of taking trouble first of all"; the truth being, he said, that genius may be rightly defined quite oppositely, as an ability to do with little trouble that which cannot be done by the ordinary man with any amount of trouble. - "Herbert Spencer", J. Arthur Thomson.
- Her little backward nod, riding away with Sebastien a few minutes later, reaffirmed it, but while Seyd bowed in acknowledgment his thought ran oppositely. - "The Mystery of The Barranca", Herman Whitaker.