ADVERSELY: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for ADVERSELY?

Need another word that means the same as “adversely”? Find 30 related words for “adversely” in this overview.

Associations of "Adversely" (30 Words)

affectedBeing excited or provoked to the expression of an emotion.
Affected areas.
antithesisA person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or something else.
Figures of speech such as antithesis.
antitheticSharply contrasted in character or purpose.
Hope is antithetic to despair.
antitheticalDirectly opposed or contrasted; mutually incompatible.
Practices entirely antithetical to her professed beliefs.
challengerThe contestant you hope to defeat.
The leading team among the nine challengers.
competitorAn organization or country engaged in commercial or economic competition with others.
Two competitors were banned for taking drugs.
contradictoryA contradictory proposition.
Contradictory attributes of unjust justice and loving vindictiveness.
controvertArgue about (something.
Subsequent work from the same laboratory controverted these results.
counteractOppose or check by a counteraction.
Should we deliberately intervene in the climate system to counteract global warming.
counterpartA person or thing that corresponds to or has the same function as another person or thing in a different place or situation.
The minister held talks with his French counterpart.
disagreeBe different from one another.
The sea crossing disagreed with her.
dissentThe act of protesting a public often organized manifestation of dissent.
He wasted no time in cranking out nine majority opinions as well as three dissents.
dissenterA person who dissents from some established policy.
dissidentCharacterized by departure from accepted beliefs or standards.
A dissident who had been jailed by a military regime.
downturnA worsening of business or economic activity.
A downturn in the housing market.
enemyA personal enemy.
The enemy attacked at dawn.
equivalentA person or thing equal to another in value or measure or force or effect or significance etc.
One unit is equivalent to one glass of wine.
objection(law) a procedure whereby a party to a suit says that a particular line of questioning or a particular witness or a piece of evidence or other matter is improper and should not be continued and asks the court to rule on its impropriety or illegality.
They have raised no objections to the latest plans.
objectorA person who expresses opposition to or disagreement with something.
Objectors claim the motorway will damage the environment.
opponentSomeone who competes with or opposes another in a contest, game, or argument.
The news will delight opponents of GM foods.
opposeActively resist (a person or system.
The senator said he would oppose the bill.
opposedBeing in opposition or having an opponent.
The agency is being asked to do two diametrically opposed things.
oppositeOf angles between opposite sides of the intersection of two lines.
A word that is opposite in meaning to another.
oppositionThe major political party opposed to the party in office and prepared to replace it if elected.
A nature culture opposition.
rejectThe person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality.
Some of the team s rejects have gone on to prove themselves in championships.
remonstranceThe act of expressing earnest opposition or protest.
Angry remonstrances in the Commons.
reverseThe gears by which the motion of a machine can be reversed.
The lorry reversed into the back of a bus.
rivalBe the rival of be in competition with.
She has no rivals as a female rock singer.
unseatRemove (a government or person in authority) from power.
The Republicans are trying to unseat the liberal Democrat.
vieCompete for something; engage in a contest; measure oneself against others.
The athletes were vying for a place in the British team.

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