Being, of having an opponent; not unopposed.(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of oppose.(verb)
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Use "opposed" in a sentence
"Judaism herein opposed is not that of the earlier Epistles, which upheld the law and tried to join it with faith in Christ for justification."
"So a 5 or 6-year-old, for example, you're asking about being bombed is something that they -- it just becomes a part of what they know as opposed to somebody who is in their 30s or 40s, they recognize that it might be an isolated event, they're able to move on from it much more quickly."
"Liberal is originally a term opposed to narrow and restricted, and a liberal education might properly be contrasted with the very narrow bread-and-butter kind that aims at the mastery of art without theory."