Even his most antipodal fellow councilman cried and embraced him afterward.
George Reid's career on a new stage will be watched with keen interest in his two antipodal homes.
His appearance is antipodal to that of the beefy, bluff, full-blooded John Bull.
In its broadest statement, the psychology of tipping presents the two antipodal qualities of pride and pusillanimity.
Mr. Morgan, the millionaire banker, attends church conventions as an antipodal diversion.
The two races, the Anglo-Saxon and the negro, have antipodal constitutions.
The man in his essential quality is precisely what our generation and our race requires as its antipodal corrective.
In temperament and in interests the two sisters were antipodal.
Courbet was the epitome of that unstudied naturalism which is antipodal to the hypocrisies of society.
Its views, like its practice, had undergone an antipodal change since the Kingston incident of fifty years before.
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.