GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To be in opposition to; to be disagreeable to.
“When M. Zola had retired from the court, allowing judgment to go against him by default, he was joined by M.itre Labori, his counsel, and the pair of them returned to Paris in the vehicle which had brought M. Zola from the city in the morning.”
“I wouldn't like to go against the tai-pan — not when his temper's up. ”
““So,” Arelos said, staring hard at the man, “you have chosen to go against me, Horakos.”
“There are good men, able men, ready to go against Jagang and stop his Imperial Order and drive them back to the Old World.”
“I’m about to go against my plan and ask him what that means when Tollevin leaps up onto the rock and yells, “PO-PO!””
“Whether it was a fumble, interception or a tipped pass turning into a long touchdown compliments of Colts tight end John Mackey, this championship contest was a series of big plays, all of which seemed to go against the Cowboys.”
“To those who argued that self-surrender implied a giving up of reason, they replied that "To go against Reason, is to go against God: it is the self same thing, to do that which the Reason of the Case doth require; and that which God Himself doth appoint: Reason is the Divine Governor of Man's Life; it is the very Voice of God.”
“This prince, though in sympathy with reform, refused to go against the wishes of the King, who abdicated, appointing the Prince of Carignano Regent.”
“By the time he - learns enough Thai to know that nit noy means "a little thing" and C H I Dooey means "sorry about that," he will be through the first ten and ready to go against the North.”
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