antithesis[ an-tith-uh-sis ]SEE DEFINITION OF antithesis
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He was only misled by his love of antithesis into a hasty and illogical remark.
That seems to arise out of the antithesis to the former conception of love.
But the number of thinkers whom this antithesis does not satisfy grows daily.
There are forms of antithesis in which the contrast is only of a secondary kind.
If one part of the antithesis is a negation, what is the Inflection?
With euphuism, antithesis and the use of balanced sentences came to stay.
The two parts of an antithesis are generally separated in this way.
The twelfth-century romances are in most things the antithesis to Homer, in narrative.
In an American drawing-room the antithesis would have been less violent.
In an American parlor the antithesis would have been less offensive.
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