Recent Examples of opposed from the Web
More than half the crowd seemed opposed to many of the policies that Issa has supported.
While the Canton Community Association supported the bike lane, which the city began constructing in April, some residents were opposed.
For the record, I’m opposed to raw feeding as a mater of fundamental safety and professional liability.
The Post's Matt O'Brien says the answer is pretty simple: Republicans are philosophically opposed to redistribution, but health care is all about redistribution.
The event was such a disaster that many wondered what the university was thinking to have invited a speaker so opposed by its student body in the first place.
Of the more than 4,700 Muslim women from 10 states surveyed in the 2014 study, more than 90 percent opposed instant divorce.
In fact, the two theories, though fundamentally opposed, made highly similar predictions for almost all tests of gravity and light.
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Definition of opposed for English Language Learners
: not agreeing with or approving of something or someone
: completely different
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