Juxtaposes [verb]

Definition of Juxtaposes:

place side by side

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Sentence/Example of Juxtaposes:

While his 2007 study of Frederick Douglass and Lincoln, “The Radical and the Republican,” juxtaposed Douglass the crusading reformer with Lincoln the cautious politician, this volume foregrounds the commonalities between the two men.

Most of Mougne’s pieces are made of metal and juxtapose sturdiness and delicacy.

In one video, Colorado State University atmospheric scientist Melissa Burt narrates a montage of images of her 4-year-old daughter Mia, juxtaposed with footage of a hurricane.

In her Blacksburg home, the designer upholstered a chair in the fabric and juxtaposed it with an animal-print wool rug and two sofas covered in a medium-scale geometric pattern.

Gardeners do this for the lingering ornamental effect of seed heads and stems, and to provide insect shelter, but this winter, the look provides the odd sensation of juxtaposing last year’s growth cycles with unseasonable new growth.

An opening that juxtaposes New York’s iconography with its garbage could look a tad obvious, like knockoff Banksy.

Associated words: apposition, juxtaposition, juxtapose, juxtaposit.