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Contrary
Contrary The AV and RSV expression “walk contrary to,” which occurs throughout Lev. 26:21–41 (Heb. hālaḵ qerî), means as in the NEB “defy.”
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CONTRARY
CONTRARY<kon’-tra-ri> ([קֶרִי‎, qeri]; [ἐναντίος, enantios]): In the Old Testament it has the sense of antagonistic, as one person opposed or hostile to the other, especially in Leviticus 26:21, 23, 14, 27, 28, 40, 41, where Yahweh declares His attitude toward the people in such phrases
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Contrary
CONTRARY, konʹtra-ri (קֶרִי‎, ḳerï; ἐναντίος, enantíos): In the OT it has the sense of antagonistic, as one person opposed or hostile to the other, esp. in Lev 26:21, 23, 24, 27, 28, 40, 41, where Jeh declares His attitude toward the people in such phrases as: “If ye will not for all this hearken unto