Geography. on the opposite side of the globe; pertaining to the .
twin brothers with antipodal personalities.
Botany. (in a developing ovule) of or at the end opposite to the micropyle:
Even his most antipodal fellow councilman cried and embraced him afterward.
Gay Teens’ New Champion Opens Up Claire Howorth October 16, 2010
George Reid’s career on a new stage will be watched with keen interest in his two antipodal homes.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, January 19, 1916 Various
His appearance is antipodal to that of the beefy, bluff, full-blooded John Bull.
A Year in Europe Walter W. Moore
In its broadest statement, the psychology of tipping presents the two antipodal qualities of pride and pusillanimity.
The Itching Palm William R Scott
Mr. Morgan, the millionaire banker, attends church conventions as an antipodal diversion.
As A Chinaman Saw Us Anonymous
The two races, the Anglo-Saxon and the negro, have antipodal constitutions.
Cotton is King and The Pro-Slavery Arguments Various
The man in his essential quality is precisely what our generation and our race requires as its antipodal corrective.
Suspended Judgments John Cowper Powys
In temperament and in interests the two sisters were antipodal.
Women of Early Christianity Alfred Brittain
Courbet was the epitome of that unstudied naturalism which is antipodal to the hypocrisies of society.
Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning Willard Huntington Wright
Its views, like its practice, had undergone an antipodal change since the Kingston incident of fifty years before.
The Press-Gang Afloat and Ashore John R. Hutchinson
of or relating to diametrically opposite points on the earth’s surface
exactly or diametrically opposite
Noun In angiosperms, any of three nuclei located at the end of the embryo sac opposite the micropyle. The antipodals degenerate at or shortly after fertilization. See more at embryo sac.
Adjective Situated on the opposite side or sides of the Earth.
a direct or exact opposite. places diametrically opposite each other on the globe. those who dwell there. Historical Examples Charles Wesley’s hymn is the antipode of Newton’s in metre and movement. The Story of the Hymns and Tunes Theron Brown and Hezekiah Butterworth Self-reverence is the antipode of self-conceit, of selfishness. The Soul of a […]
places diametrically opposite each other on the globe. those who dwell there. a group of islands SE of and belonging to New Zealand. 24 sq. mi. (62 sq. km). a direct or exact opposite. Historical Examples Some would have it that a belief in antipodes was heretical. The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders Ernest Scott […]
places diametrically opposite each other on the globe. those who dwell there. Historical Examples antipodean agriculturists meet in the great international concours of cattle, horses, sheep and swine. A Walk from London to John O’Groat’s Elihu Burritt Very pathetic, and marked by some distinctively antipodean traits, is the sister of the bushrangers in Robbery under […]
- Antipodes islands
plural noun the Antipodes Islands, a group of small uninhabited islands in the South Pacific, southeast of and belonging to New Zealand. Area: 62 sq km (24 sq miles)