Definition of antithetic in English:

antithetic

adjective

  • See antithetical

    • ‘The differences in world views between America and continental Europe are gradual, not antithetic, and the similarities exceed the differences by large.’
    • ‘In contemporary usage, civil society is usually regarded as antithetic to the state.’
    • ‘Whichever cause has created these effects, the current condition of the church in this country is antithetic to the purpose for which Christ started it’
    • ‘It seems that this is antithetic to the cause of creating an level playing field for students.’
    • ‘Another view is that technical and competitive juggling is antithetic to juggling as an art form.’

Pronunciation

antithetic

/antɪˈθɛtɪk/