of the nature of or involving .
directly opposed or contrasted; opposite.
Personality is always a mystery with its antithetically mingled elements in man and woman.
The Scrap Book, Volume 1, No. 4 Various
“I am just getting a soldier’s stuff into me,” responded Pisgah, antithetically.
Bohemian Days Geo. Alfred Townsend
The actual finale begins (so to speak) antithetically with the last misfortune of the unlucky Spithridates.
A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1 George Saintsbury
“containing an antithesis,” c.1600, from Greek antithetikos “setting in opposition,” from antithetos “placed in opposition,” from antithesis (see antithesis).
noun (biochem) a substance that counteracts the action of thrombin, preventing the formation of blood clots antithrombin an·ti·throm·bin (ān’tē-thrŏm’bĭn, ān’tī-) n. An anticoagulant that inhibits or prevents the effects of thrombin.
adjective preventing the formation of blood clots noun an antithrombotic drug
a medicine that invigorates or strengthens: a tonic of sulphur and molasses. anything invigorating physically, mentally, or morally: His cheerful greeting was a real tonic. . Music. the first degree of the scale; the keynote. Chiefly Eastern New England. soda pop. Phonetics. a tonic syllable or accent. pertaining to, maintaining, increasing, or restoring the tone […]
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antitoxin unit antitoxin unit n. A unit expressing the strength or activity of an antitoxin.