Sentences with Opposite words, Opposite words in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Opposite words

Sentences with Opposite words, Opposite words in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Opposite words

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light – dark

Transparent objects allow light to pass through them.

The big, large, hungry and dark lion ate the deer by the sea.

 

opposite – same

The chess players sat opposite each other before they began their game.

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That man does not the same thing every day.

 

old – young

The old lady was talking in a quiet voice.

The young men said that they would do it despite all of the difficulties.

 

boy – girl

Although the boy is rich, he has no girl friend.

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Although the boy is rich, he has no girl friend.

 

up – down

Tomas fell ill suddenly and therefore his family gave up on going out of town.

You have to write down every letter you learn.

 

left – right

Jessica has not read newspapers since she left home.

Barry would support him whether she were right or not.

 

rich – poor

If I were a rich man, I would buy a home like palace.

Are there many poor people in France?

 

love – hate

love him so much, but what they’re doing is not nice.

I used to hate Alex.

 

inside – outside

You only went inside once.

They live in the huge house outside the city.

 

bad – good

I never drink vodka, it tastes bad for me.

I would’ve had a good time.

 

short – tall

Alex’s now short of money.

I’m as tall as my father.

 

close – open

Shall I close the door?

We can’t open this yet.

 

man – woman

The man who is performing today is a well-known person.

Jessica must be quite a woman to inspire such admiration from jack.

 

difficult – easy

I felt it difficult to comprehend.

She asks an easy question.

 

full – empty

You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.

Should I bring the car back with a empty tank?

 

let – forbid

Do you let me use the computer?

forbid you to smoke.

 

dim – bright

I saw his face in the dim light.

Do not complain beneath the stars about the lack of bright spots in your life.

 

melt – freeze

He could melt glaciers with that smile. End wars. Resolve the national debt crisis.

If you freeze water, it becomes a solid.

 

regular – irregular

I don’t like reindeer. They seem like regular deer, only more dangerous.

They have irregular shapes and look like blobs.

 

kind – cruel

This is my neighbor Richard, he is a very kind person.

How marvelous books are, crossing worlds and centuries, defeating ignorance and, finally, cruel time itself.

 

awake – asleep

Alex lay awake all night.

You might not be able to catch up because you’re asleep and a little late.

 

combine – separate

The beauty of collaboration between older and younger generations is that we combine strength with wisdom—a surefire way to accomplish more for the glory of God.

The reason it hurts so much to separate is because our souls are connected.

 

wide – narrow

And I asked myself about the present: how wide it was, how deep it was, how much was mine to keep.

It is a narrow mind which cannot look at a subject from various points of view.

 

heavy – light

The ground was covered with snow. It had been snowing heavy for several hours.

Transparent objects allow light to pass through them.

 

deep – swallow

Tell me a story of deep delight.

One swallow does not make a summer, neither does one fine day; similarly one day or brief time of happiness does not make a person entirely happy.

 

safe – dangerous

My sister prayed for Mary’s safe return.

It is dangerous to drive on this slippery road.

 

total – partial

You explore every avenue and possibility of your situation at high speed with total clarity.

Every day, people settle for less than they deserve. They are only partially living or at best living a partial life. Every human being has the potential for greatness.

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