Also spelled opposit. E.g. RICHARD C. TOLMAN; “Equilibria in dispersed systems and the thermodynamic theory of theory of colloids”; Journal of the American Chemical Society; American Chemical Society; April 1913; 35 (4): pp. 317–333. (consistent with his use of "definit" throughout).

—DIV ( 06:57, 31 March 2008 (UTC))

Yes, but most of the hits are from 19th century or older, modern reprints of old texts or written and published by a non-English party. Hekaheka 10:33, 1 April 2008 (UTC)
And this matters how? I created an entry opposit with byspels all from the 20th Century (one quoting the 19th century). But it doesn't matter. I could put in numerous cites from websites and blogs. Opposit is alive and well. --AnWulf ... Ferþu Hal! (talk) 19:17, 2 July 2012 (UTC)
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