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Spell check of contrarily

Correct spelling: contrarily

Synonyms:
rigidly, variously, troublesomely, perversely, difficultly, argumentatively, severely, arduously, strenuously, unequally, malevolently, tensely, resolutely, meanly, asymmetrically, grimly, mulishly, abnormally, pertinaciously, dissonantly, diversely, gloomily, tenaciously, discordantly, morosely, dejectedly, negatively, inversely, adversely, oppressively, resistantly, controversially, differently, glumly, crossly, contrariwise, conversely, vice versa, cynically, raucously, petulantly, inconsistently, antagonistically, sullenly, dourly, grumpily, the other way around, grouchily, defiantly, obstinately, unwillingly, to the contrary, stubbornly, fretfully, roughly, again, inflexibly, sulkily, sourly, harshly, unyieldingly, on the contrary, darkly, oppositely, protestingly, trickily, laboriously.

Antonyms:
true, verily, yea, truly, indeed, even, nay.

Examples of usage:

1) Contrarily, it is a sink of vice and disease within, and a sere foliage of palms and vegetation without, overhung with an ever forbidding sky, of dull red haziness. - "Travels in the Great Desert of Sahara, in the Years of 1845 and 1846", James Richardson.

2) For oftentimes in the stress of circumstances will chooses the death which nature shrinks from; and contrarily, in spite of natural appetite, will restrains that work of reproduction by which alone the persistence of perishable creatures is maintained. - "The Consolation of Philosophy", Boethius.

3) He do, I perceive, with some violence, forbear saying any thing to the reproach of the Duke of Albemarle; but, contrarily, speaks much of his courage; but I do as plainly see that he do not like the Duke of Albemarle's proceedings, but, contrarily, is displeased therewith. - "Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright", Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke.

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