Dictionary.com

on the contrary in a sentence

Example sentences for on the contrary

On the contrary, he was their enemy's enemy and thus their friend, emancipator and guardian.
On the contrary, rituals remain an important and enduring aspect of our daily life.
On the contrary, these societies are perfectly capable of changing.
On the contrary, he was exquisitely attuned to the feelings and emotions of others.
On the contrary: in some instances, important evidence leading to the prosecution of criminals may be scattered.
On the contrary, the monarchy is consistently enterprising.
On the contrary, superficiality is the norm, and everybody in the world knows it.
On the contrary, higher bandwidth has meant higher monthly fees, and that trend shows every sign of continuing.
On the contrary, it's relatively simple and gets easier with practice.
On the contrary, outcomes-based learning is an important part of any education.
On the contrary, it's teaching them to leave politics out of their interpretations.
On the contrary, the better the work, the more suspect one becomes.
On the contrary, he regarded them as worthy adversaries.
On the contrary, things are getting worse and are likely to keep going that way for the foreseeable future.
On the contrary, many of us on the left believe that the mainstream media is controlled by the right.
But on the contrary, they don't have to know that at all.
On the contrary, they are one the biggest tourist destinations in the world, and one of the biggest food exporters as well.
But their celebrity is no measure of defense when it comes to vicious breakups-on the contrary.
On the contrary, the lines outside the theaters are to buy tickets.
On the contrary, airs of vacuity and incompetence are deliberately affected.
On the contrary, lower wages and incomes would simply reduce demand, weakening the economy further.
On the contrary, surviving families can now exchange horror stories about the treatment that compounded their grief.
On the contrary, it is about preventing pollution regulation of the oil industry.
On the contrary, this fossil dating back many millions of years exhibits the same features as those of frogs living today.
Thats not to say that they don't need protection, on the contrary.
Engineers, on the contrary, produce good fundamental results and devices which are really working.
On the contrary when the unit of length is taken shorter then the total distance increases.
On the contrary, extra dimensions theories have had to stand some ugly modifications in order to be consistent with experiments.
On the contrary, farmers require help and depend on the shared work that happens between neighbors.
On the contrary, that you seem to find it necessary to resort to such remarks painfully underscores your lack of them.
On the contrary it makes crops and forests grow faster.
On the contrary, those tyrants are always exposed for what they are, master manipulators.
On the contrary, professional physicists often speculate on faster than light travel.
On the contrary, the comments here show that there is considerable doubt.
On the contrary what you relate has nothing to do with science.
On the contrary, if they have the time, they always try to help me to understand how things are.
On the contrary, domain name prices have an economic foundation, and they are not detached from the general economy.
On the contrary, humanity is far from immune from the profound changes now taking place.
On the contrary, it recognizing that people have better things to do with their life.
On the contrary, claiming to be his friend is a cheap trick to establish credibility in the absence of a good argument.
On the contrary, all it will do is move temperate zones north from the equatorial regions.
On the contrary, the department commonly studies the price effects of conspiracies.
On the contrary, integration of world economies is a desirable trend.
The labour of a menial servant, on the contrary, adds to the value of nothing.
On the contrary, only solid virtue is able to do business, and to despatch it well.
On the contrary, she took it for an accident, due to the presumed matutinal habits of the people.
On the contrary it would lose its present monotony and tediousness.
The animistic soul, on the contrary, unites determinants from both sides.
On the contrary, for a long time it was seen only as a way to carry people.
On the contrary, his response was immediate and effective.
On the contrary, the fact that texting replaces some talking isn't really evidence that we're losing touch.
On the contrary, it is usually cited as the incident that strengthened his resolve to become a virtuoso.
Loners, on the contrary, favored minority-endorsed products that were liked by only a fifth of previous consumers.
On the contrary, the state plan serves as a starting point for the district court.
On the contrary, a capital reserve is essential to ensure the future of the business.
On the contrary, they are made to produce as much timber as is possible without spoiling them.
On the contrary, it is founded upon a philosophical principle that cannot be successfully disputed.
On the contrary, absolutes were not to be found in temporal things.
On the contrary, as the cortex has expanded, the increase has been in areas devoted to one modality or another.
On the contrary, if anything his errors went in the other direction.
On the contrary, the presence of an atmosphere decreases the propensity of water to boil.
On the contrary, the allowed parameter space has been considerably whittled down by a variety of experiments.
On the contrary, successful theories are characterized by clear foundations and unambiguous consequences.
On the contrary, nearly every single comment he left was insulting to me in some way.
On the contrary, theory is the pinnacle of scientific method.
One should expect, on the contrary, that it is rather commonplace.
On the contrary, gravity supports a nearly steady state set up due to the fact that matter near us isn't distributed uniformly.
We haven't lost the argument-on the contrary, the argument has barely begun.
On the contrary, many believe they must show off to be taken seriously.
Yes, they have rights, but on the contrary they have obligations as well.
On the contrary: it is progressing at a lunatic pace.
On the contrary, his goal has been to restore both firms to health and then get out as quickly as possible.
On the contrary, the sell-off is probably down to caution.
On the contrary, it is likely to speed their adoption.
On the contrary, they found a shrewd formula to accommodate one another.
On the contrary, co-operation grew, as countries sought common ground to guard against future crises.
On the contrary, his policy was to make the firm's goods ever more alluring by increasing prices, not reducing them.
On the contrary, it is a natural stage of economic development.
On the contrary, when too many cars pursue too few customers, consumers are sure to benefit.
On the contrary, political integration is a logical and necessary step before the economic integration embodied in the euro.
Some argue that, on the contrary, it has increased the pressure on rank-and-file rebels to turn themselves in.
On the contrary, it's reported as seeming more real than real life, whatever that means.
On the contrary, they make all too much malevolent sense.
On the contrary, that threat is as bad as it has ever been, practically speaking.
On the contrary, if history is any guide, vast caches of oil can cause developing nations as many problems as they solve.
On the contrary, he's betting that there's almost no limit to what people will share and to how his company can benefit from it.
On the contrary, he displays an exemplary openness to a wide range of points of view.
Its approach is not narrow, but on the contrary, full of judicious insight and historical perspective.
On the contrary, being one of the few people who knew what he was talking about, it qualified him eminently.
On the contrary, the record of more than a century of our free exercise jurisprudence contradicts that proposition.
On the contrary, his goal has been to restore both firms to health and then get out as quickly as possible.
On the contrary, it's a gentle reminder to enjoy the moment.
Copyright ©  2014 Dictionary.com, LLC. All rights reserved.
About PRIVACY POLICY Terms Careers Advertise with Us Contact Us Suggest a Word Help