Taylor also said the contrarian nature of the study will likely bring added attention to a field still very much being charted.
By then, ever the contrarian, the aging Hopper rebelled the other way.
She was well known for her contrarian wit and was not afraid to speak her mind.
Sometimes Christopher is called a “contrarian,” but I never thought that label was right.
But with Murdoch assuredly in the loop, on this issue there was no room to be contrarian.
Ailes is not known for playing a lot of ball with his high-level colleagues—a NewsCorp executive says he “likes to be contrarian.”
He accepted the universal caricature of himself as the hard-drinking “contrarian” and reveled in his capacity to bully all comers.
Instead of decorating every face on the street, Google Glass hit a contrarian rip tide.
The prep-school-teacher-turned-cultural critic drives working mothers to fits with contrarian essays on modern domestic life.
The fate of the latterday Anonymous recalls a time when contrarian self-expression could get any writer into trouble.