- n. Plural form of juxtaposition.
“Typical of Moulsworth's use of balanced juxtapositions is the shift that occurs between lines 10 and 11.”
“They drift under the alternate flicker and gloom of the windy rooms of pines, in gray rock shelters, and by the ooze of blind springs, and their juxtapositions are the best imaginable.”
“- mostly puns, name juxtapositions / combinations or pronunciation jokes”
“When troops risks their lives, it is not about "juxtapositions".”
“These types of sales are important to expand one's aesthetic vision of periods and styles, but more importantly to see curious juxtapositions of disparate elements.”
“It's pretty offensive too, considering they are bascially creating a term of juxtapositions which in turn becomes meaningless.”
“Using collage techniques, surreal juxtapositions and experiments with light and composition, he captures a deeper sense of the choreographic aesthetic, or a dancer's personality, along with the actual movement material being portrayed.”
“With meticulous precision that fools the eye into believing that it's looking at a singular image, Aldrich pieces together disparate images which, on closer examination, offer wonderfully surreal, often whimsical, sometimes even hilarious juxtapositions.”
“These juxtapositions serve to engage and delight the mind, to incite more questions.”
“In fact, striving to reach a balance between editorial content and keeping the advertisers happy often led to stark juxtapositions from one editorial page about size not mattering to the next populated by super-skinny models in ads.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘juxtapositions’.
Jeepers, Gadzooks, Golly Gee Whitickers,
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