contrasting

[ verb kuhn-trast, kon-trast; noun kon-trast ]SEE DEFINITION OF contrasting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTRASTING

By contrasting him now with Crispin she had grown to despise him.

Nice, I think, this contrasting of spiritual and natural productiveness.

There are men who have a rugged pride in contrasting what they were with what they are.

We were discussing the advantages of contrasting our home with other countries——'

Quiet: subdued: not conspicuous or contrasting in color or maculation.

She listened gravely, contrasting her ignorance at two with her wisdom at five.

Contrasting with this tendency is the free-and-easy life of the blacks.

But in the meantime, let's have a symbol set in contrasting metal on the bow.

The paws are also quite black, contrasting with the ivory whiteness of the claws.

The pieces are usually of uniform shape and size and of contrasting colours.

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