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Adjective
Opposite of of or at the front
“Have you noticed that the back wheels of all vehicles tend to want to cut the corner as they follow the front wheels around the curve?”
Adjective
Opposite of in a leading position
“With each lap, the last car to pass the finish line is knocked completely out of the game.”
Adjective
Opposite of first place, or a position of dominance
“We are currently in the last position in our market, which means that the only way is up from here.”
Adjective
Opposite of being of principal rank, status or importance
“If the supervisor finds a conflict of interest, the supervisor must relieve the subordinate employee of duty and responsibility.”
Adjective
Opposite of turned or facing toward the observer
Adjective
Opposite of most prominent in rank, importance, or position
Adjective
Opposite of ranking first
“Maurice proved beyond a doubt that he is quite the worst golfer ever to compete in the British Open.”
Noun
Opposite of a position or place directly in front
Noun
Opposite of an appearance or form of behavior assumed by a person to conceal their genuine feelings
“I might have been looking at my reflection in a crystal clear pool and seeing the reality of my being.”
Noun
Opposite of any face of a building, especially that of the main entrance
“She hollered at me to run and grab the washing off the clothesline, and to check if the windows across the back of the house were closed tight.”
Noun
Opposite of a person or organization serving as a cover for subversive or illegal activities
“As long as the person has performed his duty to a decent-to-great standard, it should look great and be a representation of what they do.”
Noun
Opposite of boldness and confidence of manner
“I know I should make the first move, but that's my shyness shining through.”
Noun
Opposite of the beginning, opening, or first part
“Resigned and resolved, she pushed the cart to the back of the line.”
Noun
Opposite of a display of behavior, usually meant to deceive
Noun
Opposite of a character, role or appearance that is affected by someone
Noun
Opposite of a manner or expression that hides one's true character or feelings
“Karl had a laid-back personality, which kept him under the radar screen during his high school and college football careers.”
Noun
Opposite of the external side or surface of something
Noun
Opposite of a reason or explanation given to justify a fault or offense
“As a consequence of his actions, he had to flee the colony having been indicted for abusing his privileges as an officer of the Established Church.”
Noun
Opposite of a group working together to advance its shared political, social, or artistic ideas
Noun
Opposite of a reason or explanation given to justify a fault or offense
Noun
Opposite of an area of life a person has experienced including their careers, and position within society
“It does look like he does it professionally, but I have been told it's only for recreation.”
Noun
Opposite of the quality of being sleek
Noun
Opposite of the front side of a flat object which is to be examined visually, as for reading, such as a sheet or a leaf or a coin or a medal
Noun
Opposite of a manner or expression that hides one's true character or feelings
Noun
Opposite of a field or domain of activity or interest
Noun
Opposite of a woman's chest or breasts
Noun
Opposite of the domain in which something or someone is active
Noun
Opposite of the front end of a ship
Verb
Opposite of to face or look out on to
“We wanted the main bedroom to be east-facing so that the room would avoid the sunrise.”
Verb
Opposite of to lead, command or direct (a group of people)
“Here was a time when he would not have agreed with Plenny on any subject, but now, he would follow his lead no matter where it led.”
Verb
(slang) Opposite of to assume false or disingenuous appearances
“Keep in mind that when you are speaking, just be true to yourself.”
Verb
Opposite of to make a false show or pretense of
Verb
Opposite of to take, or be in, charge of
Verb
Opposite of to show the way by being in front
“Vincent Chase's entourage would follow him into the club.”
Verb
Opposite of to be in charge or command of
“Several specialists would serve in a team led by Danny Ocean who wanted to pull off one of the greatest heists of all time.”
Verb
(distance oneself from) Opposite of to get a sizable lead in a contest
“The climactic scene in which the local Mafiosi converge on the inspector is bone-chilling and unforgettable.”
Verb
Opposite of to direct, handle, control, or be in charge of
“When his beloved mother died, Shaka became unhinged and began to mismanage his army.”
Verb
Opposite of to make a false display of
“It would be difficult to be a night vigilante if Batman were to reveal his true identity.”
Verb
Opposite of to be at the top of
“It looks like the club will bottom out, but the silver lining is that they will get the top draft pick.”
Verb
(look over) Opposite of to have a view in a specified direction, typically from above
“The tall building in front of our apartment would obscure and ruin the view of Central Park.”
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