backdrop

[ bak-drop ]SEE DEFINITION OF backdrop

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A low line of hills loomed beyond, painted of silver gray against the backdrop of starry sky and the pallor of moon mists.

The green-sloped, snow-capped Bernardinoes form a backdrop for the desert underneath.

Eyes the size of Navy dirigibles, with pupils of deep cerulean blue, floating against the backdrop of the gray cumulus.

He recognized a backdrop he had seen thousands of times behind the announcer who introduced the news-casts.

She was raised for the most-part in Maine, which forms a backdrop to much of her fiction.

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