contrariwise

[kon-trer-ee-wahyz or for 3, kuhn-trair-]
adverb
1.
in the opposite direction or way.
2.
on the contrary; in direct opposition to a statement, attitude, etc.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English contrary-wyse. See contrary, -wise

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contrariwise (ˈkɒntrərɪˌwaɪz)
 
adv
1.  from a contrasting point of view; on the other hand
2.  in the reverse way or direction
3.  in a contrary manner

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Example sentences
Contrariwise, e displaces a in catch and radish, which are commonly pronounced ketch and reddish.
Contrariwise, dysfunctional latrines exacerbate environmental health risks.
Claims on forage for grazing benefits will, contrariwise, be determined under this subpart.
And contrariwise for the cases where those elasticities are high.
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