from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or consisting in juxtaposition.
- Having its parts or elements juxtaposed, as a language the construction of which depends upon the connection of its words rather than their inflection.
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Pardon the juxtapositional phrase but things tend to snowball in the heat.
If F&B comes back, I would like him to explain that particular juxtapositional moral standard.
The other statements you made are juxtapositional with statements I heard Supervisor Avernus make, which I assume to be correct.
The juxtapositional difference between "tea party politics" and a "liberal democratic government" exposes the ignorance of Armey's interpretation of The Federalist Papers.
Why not bigger?), calling us to empathize with this person’s hurting or that person’s pure joy; but it has, just as likely, had the opposite effect of objectifying people’s suffering or diminishing their exultations, depending on who is watching from what perspective or state of mind — which has led to juxtapositional schizophrenia, induced by data and sensory overload.
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