Definition of contrast:
- Opposition or difference of qualities made manifest by direct comparison; opposition of outline or colour to increase effect.
- To oppose different things, qualities, or conditions to each other that, by comparison, the superior excellence of one of them may be seen; to set things in opposition, or side by side, in order that the superiority of one of them may be exhibited in a more striking point of view.
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- contend (part of speech: verb)
- compare (part of speech: verb)
- contrast (part of speech: verb)
- difference (part of speech: noun)
- figure of speech (part of speech: noun)
- "Daisy in the Field", Elizabeth Wetherell.
- "Personality in Literature", Rolfe Arnold Scott-James.
- "More Bywords", Charlotte M. Yonge.