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The nearness of objects with no delimiter.
The extra emphasis given to a comparison when the contrasted objects are close together.
From French juxtaposition, from Latin iuxtā (“near") from Latin iungō (“to join") + French position (“position") from Latin pōnō (“to place").
The juxtaposition of the contrasting colors made the artwork stand out from the rest.
Nothing new comes or can come into being; the only change that can occur is a change in the juxtaposition of element with element.
Going from snowy Alaska to sunny Hawaii on the same trip made for an odd juxtaposition during the family's vacation.
By using sweet and salty ingredients in her dessert, Lee found a juxtaposition that created the perfect flavor.
The juxtaposition of their vastly different personalities made them an interesting and unique couple.
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