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DoorDash and Airbnb, by contrast, became dominant in their sectors by focusing on places where there was little if any competition.
By contrast, “Nation to Nation” a text-heavy show that you might have felt rushed to take in before, has plenty of ideas and information to fill an entire visit.
The encouraging report arrived in sharp contrast to bleak news about the pandemic.
By contrast, Democrats will control the redistricting of, at most, 73 seats, or 17 percent.
In contrast, by monkeying with LWCF budgets, Bernhardt is threatening thousands of good-paying jobs in the outdoor recreation industry right now, in the middle of the worst economic recession in living memory.
A scarf and bag in contrasting shades and patterns enhanced this busy, but feminine, look.
At best, contrasting the campaign to the government was akin to “comparing apples and oranges.”
The show centers on two detectives with contrasting world views who must clean up the streets of Battle Creek, Mich.
Such an interesting social commentary— contrasting the hippie Jagger and the buttoned-up gangster.
Those sharp political differences lead to contrasting parenting styles.
ThusPg 175 again we had the opportunity of contrasting the motor car and the railway train.
He could not help contrasting the difference between his environments here and those in Orangeville.
The pedestal 219 is good, and worthy of a more convincing statue of this man of strong character and of contrasting qualities.
He is contrasting the feebleness and fickleness of the multitude with the strength and stability of John.
Besides the tap-room crowded with men there was a parlor in which women of fashion walked about, contrasting with the place.
On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contrasting, such as: conflicting, contradictory, different, and dissimilar.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.