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Advise Against Something »
(recommend that you not do that...)

Advise Someone Against Doing Something »
(tell that person one believes they should not do it...)

Against Someone's Will »
(it was done even though that person did not want it to be done...)

Against The Clock »
(in a hurry; needing to be done before a certain time...)

Bang One's Head Against A Brick Wall »
(trying to do something which is not possible...)

Bear A Grudge Against Someone »
(continue to be angry about it; not willing to forgive...)

Gathering A Case Against You »
(collect evidence to prove that you are guilty...)

Going Against The Grain »
(making things difficult by acting against the wishes of others...)

Have A Case Against Someone »
(one has a reason to be upset with that person...)

Have A Grudge Against Someone »
(not willing to forgive that person and forget what that person did...)

Set One's Heart Against Something »
(feel strongly one does not want it...)

Side Against Someone »
(join on the side that is against one...)

Take A Stand Against Someone Or Something »
(be unwilling to tolerate that some wrong is being done; stand up for or against...)

Up Against »
(competing with...)

With Your Back Up Against The Wall »
(restrained from acting as you would like...)

Do A Flip Flop On Something »
(decide for something, then decide against it; change one's position irresponsibly...)

Fly In The Face Of Someone Or Something »
(goes against what is known...)

Get Back At Someone »
(get revenge against someone...)

In Defiance Of Someone Or Something »
(doing it against that one; doing it even though that one said "don't do it"....)

Take Sides »
(choose which team one is on; to join one against the other...)

The Pros And Cons »
(the reasons for and against it; the good and bad aspects...)



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