Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. the two fundamental principles, one negative, dark, passive, cold, wet, and feminine (yin) and the other (yang) positive, bright, active, dry, hot and masculine. The interactions and balance of these forces in people and nature influence their behavior and fate.

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Examples

  • "Artichokes and bacon, the yin and yang of pizza toppings?"

    The Beach House

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