from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to the antipodes, or the opposite side of the world; antipodal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to the antipodes; antipodal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to the antipodes or situated at opposite sides of the earth
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Perhaps the fantasy market is not ready for something quite so otherly, so nostalgic in a determinedly Antipodean way.
A decade earlier England's "Barnacle", Trevor Bailey, and Australia's Ken "Slasher" Mackay, the latter earning his nickname in distinctively ironic Antipodean fashion just like "Curly" was given to bald men and "Bluey" to the red of hair, faced no such sanctions.
A Loire Sauvignon Blanc called “Kiwi Cuvee” gets a thumbs down from Australian regulatory authorities after objections from their Antipodean neighbor.
Some of those unable to get to one of these Tweet-ups are contenting themselves with a glass of something cold at home – indeed, some of the Antipodean members have already celebrated!
Will he take the next step, as our Antipodean friends are recommending: to engage “more energetically” with popular websites such as Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia and YouTube?
Amid the hubbub surrounding a bevy of proposed trans-Atlantic stock exchange mergers, a faint Antipodean wail reminds that another tie-up also is in the works, and it's not going so well.
Bad news for Antipodean-bound cricket fans heading to the Ashes next month.
That would likely help the euro to catch up with the Antipodean currencies.
I pass on my Antipodean fingerscrossedsaltovertheshoulder good luck to you all.
So, should any of our Antipodean readers happen to spot Tompkinson as he glides beatifically by, please feel free to try to shoot him down, maybe even kidnap him and get all Wolf Creek on his ass.