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Poetic Definitions: opposed
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Peevishly divergent, different, disparate, various or discrepant.
scared
paired
averse
adverse
incompatible
irreconcilable
But neither consistent, congruous, conformable nor concordant.
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— Diana Howard
Yoda
Opposed: Master, what do you see for me?

Alternate, before creation you never were!
Separate, you have been!
Contradictory, you are!
Unfriendly, you will continuously be!

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— Philip Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word opposed
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for equalised

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Lois Foster
Waka
Just like the challenges,
they're contrarily adverse.
Neither apt nor prone!
To be troubled or worried.
A mart or emporium.

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— Ruby Ace
Verse (modern)
Opposed

If writers struggle for a rhyme with opposed, they might want to consider using juxtaposed.
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— Julia Merton
Unitoum
Opposed

Inversely
accordant
perversely
benignant

accordant
cross
benignant
kick

cross
vexed
kick
roused

vexed
perversely
roused
inversely.
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— Phillip Innocent
Tanaka
Put a veto on
to be inconsistent with
stem the torrent of
Being chary or wary.
offer opposition to.

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— Kathryn Leopold
Rondelet
Opposed

Writing table,
political revolution.
Writing table,
independent variable.
Carry on a conversation,
official notification.
Writing table.

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— Howard Red
Quinzaine
Opposed

Contraries are many blows.
Can you believe it?
Are they loth?

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— Denise Talbot
Pi (π)
Can I give a meter, delivered so pupils might see
Newly engaging sentences, frankly educating, and oh but conveyed free?
Oppose or averse feel all too apparent. But is jarring?
Prevented, cross? - or contrary, opposite? Darn! I excluded warring!
I reason protested and similarly struggled, but plainly ought I
- paste concepts so - notations drafted with equations spry?
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— Kathy Silver
Octosyllable
Really averse and adverse.
But also perverse and inverse.
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— Judy Delaney
Nonet
inverse or opposite of something
being averse or unwilling
to be inconsistent with
the other way around
antagonistic
inimical
difficult
alien
foul
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— Bruce Vaughan
Mirror Cinquain
opposed
contrary, opposite
negating, controverting, wrestling
to have complained, muttered or remonstrated
hostility
animosity
the quality of being an enemy
hating, resenting, loathing
inimical, contrary
enmity
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— Benjamin Valentine
Limerick
There was a young boy from Hensfoot,
He needed a word for crossfoot.
      Like flying a kite?
      No, it's opposite!
That literate guy from Hensfoot.
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— Judith Harding
Kural
Counter, objection, foe, jibe
Pock's obedient discords

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— Katherine Moss
Haiku (terse)
Contradictory
antipathetically
expostulated

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— Arthur Lambert
Haiku (3-word)
Antagonizing
valetudinarian
abomination

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— Diane Hardy
Haiku (modern)
Diametrical!
Averse, crafty, and clever,
slightingly sulky.

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— Julie Benson
Gnomic
An affair, matter or business.
A pertinacity, obduracy or stubbornness.

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— Catherine Lucas
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
hold
obstruct
interpose

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— Marie Barrett
Diamante
Opposed
resistant, contrary
tussling, jaundicing, squabbling
hostility, antagonism ..... appointment, encounter
detecting, receiving, incurring
contrary, adverse
have
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— Gregory Lawson
Cinquain - Phrasal
opposed
fight back
turn the Scales
make a stand against
contest

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— Karen Mason
Cinquain - Expressional
opposed
equal difficulties
into which circumstances
prevented her from continuing.
crafty!

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— Kathleen Grant
Butterfly Cinquain
oppose
defend oneself
to offer resistance
react against environment
contest
raise an objection to something
circle of latitude
prove negative
contend
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— Dorothy Jordan
Acrostic - Diagonal
Objected
Upon
Deprecation
Incompatible
Crossly
Averse
Blocked
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— Barbara Bennett

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.