contrariwise, we read of the disagreement of saints when their monasteries were at feud with one another.
And, contrariwise, there is tripe—“the stomach of the ox or of some other ruminant.”
If the hammer throws up white smoke, then the oven distils black smoke, and so contrariwise.
contrariwise, the flute was being played more and more slowly.
If the Christians had any success, the deduction might be made against the Moslems, but not contrariwise.
And contrariwise, Looke how much lesse: so much lesser shall they be.
And some, contrariwise, darken their virtue in the show of it; so as they be undervalued in opinion.
contrariwise out of an higher Tower, one may measure a lesser.
Here a tendency towards completion of the type cannot be alleged; for there is, contrariwise, divergence from the type.
As the sectour is unto the sectour, so is the angle unto the angle: And contrariwise.