au contraire—it was a TOP SECRET/CODEWORD document of sizzling import.
To conservatives who will say below that Obama didn't offer anything, au contraire, he certainly did.
Moguls & Movie Stars, au contraire, tends to take people at their face value.
Poirot, au contraire, was morose the whole evening, and awoke next morning exactly the same as usual.
But, au contraire, the shadow of the room beyond had invitation now.
au contraire, as I find my dear uncle alive, it will be all the easier for him to show himself amiable towards me.
"au contraire, I feel as if I could never eat again," he said, desperately.
The Doctor was always "au contraire" no matter what was said and who said it.
Monsieur Lascelles had said nothing of disapproval until very recently; au contraire, he had much liked Mr. Waring.
It is a very absurd idea to suppose that killing birds prevents their chasing, quite "au contraire."
French for on the contrary
Au contraire! They are still together and very happy.