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2. different, distinct, separate; unidentical, dissimilar, variant, unlike; disparate, contrary, contrastive, contradistinct; diverse, divergent, discrepant, differing; incongruous, incompatible, inharmonious, inconsonant.
3. former, earlier, previous, anterior, antecedent, preexistent, prior, preceding; bygone, gone, past, oldtime, ancient; aforementioned, aforesaid, before-mentioned. otherwise,
adv. 1. elsewise, if not, on the other hand, under other circumstances, if this were not the situation, if it were possible.
2. differently, in another way, contrarily, inversely, in reverse, conversely; in defiance, in contempt, in disagreement, in opposition, regardless.
3. excluding, excepting, in other respects, besides, save, without, apart from this. otherworldly,
adj. 1. unearthly, supermundane, supramundane, extramundane; transmundane, transcendent; metaphysical, spiritual; supernatural, supra-natural, preternatural; fabulous, remarkable, extraordinary, out of the ordinary, out of this world.
2. spectral, astral, ethereal, ghostly, phantom, phantomlike, wraithlike; incorporeal,
Obs. incorporal, unsubstantial, impalpable, intangible, bodiless, disembodied; magical, fey, unreal, insubstantial, fantastic, illusory, visionary, chimeric, chimerical.
3. occult, cabalistic, mystic, mystical, transcendental; mysterious, arcane, esoteric, unknown; eerie, weird, strange, bizarre, uncanny. otiose,
adj. 1. leisured, idle, inactive, unoccupied, doing nothing; unemployed, workless, not working, out of a job, Inf. collecting, on the dole, on welfare; vagrant, Inf. on the bum; indolent, lazy, listless, lethargic, insouciant, languid; loitering, loafing, laggard, slothful, sluggish, shiftless, dronish, do-nothing.
2. ineffective, inefficacious, effete, impotent, lame; worn out, washed out
or up, null and void; weak, feeble, powerless, inadequate, inefficient, incompetent; unserviceable, inoperative; unrewarding, unremunera-tive, unpaying; profitless, unprofitable, gainless, for naught, flat, stale and unprofitable; abortive, fruitless, barren, sterile, unproductive; fallow, still, dormant, not in operation.
3. superfluous, redundant, extra, not needed; pointless, to no purpose, to no avail, unsuccessful; futile, unavailing, bootless, vain; useless, inutile, worthless, valueless, meritless, nugatory,
Inf. throwaway. ottoman, n. divan, backless sofa, beanbag chair, cushiony seat; footstool, footrest, hassock, taboret. oust, v. 1. expel, drive out, force out, thrust out; extrude, eject, run [s.o.] off or out; suspend, SI. kick out, dismiss, fire, show the door, cashier, drum out; Inf. give [s.o.] his walking papers, All SI. sack, can, give [s.o.] the boot, bag, bump, bounce, give [s.o.] the heave-ho; disown, repudiate, reject, discard; exile, expatriate, banish, proscribe, outlaw, relegate, deport; excommunicate, unchurch, ostracize, blackball, exclude, isolate, maroon.
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Law. dispossess, evict, put out, Inf. put on the street, make homeless. ouster, n. 1. expulsion, discharge, evacuation, dis-lodgement; rejection, repudiation, dismissal, removal; All SI. the boot, the old heave-ho, sacking, bouncing; firing, cashiering, disbarment, drumming out; exile, banishment, expatriation, deportation, transportation; banning, ostracization, excommunication, proscription, marooning, isolation, segregation, outlawing.
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Law. eviction, ejection, dispossession; wrongful exclusion. out, adv. 1. absent, abroad, away, elsewhere, gone, not at home, forth; flown, missing, not present.

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Though you can buy nets specifically for playing paddleball, you can also adapt any similar sports net you have as long as the top of your net is 510 off of the ground on a hard surface such as grass, and 57 off of the ground on a soft surface like sand or snow.

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