(Adjectives). Contrary, opposite, counter, converse, reverse, opposed, antipodean, antagonistic, opposing, inconsistent, contradictory, contrarious, negative.

    (Phrases). Differing toto cœlo; diametrically opposite; as black to white; light to darkness; fire to water; worlds apart.

    (Adverbs). Contrarily, contrariously, contrariwise, per contra, oppositely, vice versa, on the contrary, tout au contraire, quite the contrary, no such thing.

  1. Difference (Substantives), variance, variation, variety, diversity, modification, allotropy, shade of difference, nuance; deviation, divergence, divarication 291, disagreement 24.
  2. Distinction, contradistinction, differentiation, discrimination 465; a nice or a fine or a subtle distinction.

    (Verbs). To be different, etc., to differ, vary, mismatch, contrast, differ toto cœlo.

    To render different, etc., to vary, change, modify, varify, diversity, etc. 140.

    To distinguish, differentiate, severalise 465, split hairs, discriminate.

    (Adjectives). Different, differing, disparate, heterogeneous, heteromorphic, allotropic, varying, distinguishable, discriminative, varied, modified, diversified, deviating, diverging, devious, disagreeing 24, various, divers, all manner of, multifarious, multiform, etc. 81, variegated 440, diacritical.

    Other, another, not the same, quite another thing, a tertium quid.

    Unmatched, widely apart, changed 140, something else.

    (Phrases). As different as chalk is from cheese; this, that, or the other; another pair of shoes.

    (Adverbs). Differently, variously, otherwise.

2°. Continuous Relation
  • Uniformity (Substantives), homogeneity, homogeneousness, consistency, conformity 82, homology, accordance; see Agreement 23 and Regularity 58; monotony, constancy.
  • (Verbs). To be uniform, etc., to accord with, to harmonise with, to hang together, to go together.

    To become uniform, to conform with, to fall in with, to follow suit.

    To render uniform, to assimilate, level, smooth, etc. 255.

    (Adjectives). Uniform, homogeneous, homologous, of a piece, of a kind, consistent, connatural, monotonous, constant.

    (Adverbs). Uniformly, uniformly with, conformably, consistently with, in unison with, in harmony with, in conformity with, according to 23.

    Regularly, at regular intervals, invariably, constantly, always.

    (Phrases). Ab uno disce omnes; noscitur a sociis.

    Absence, or want of uniformity, see 83.

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