foreground[ fawr-ground, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreground
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOREGROUND
But this was not so startling as what it showed in the foreground.
And the foreground—if the Little Doctor could get that, now, she would be doing something!
For a long time Linda sat with poised pencil, studying her foreground.
He can give the effect of light and shade, brightness, foreground and background.
But the exquisite drawing of the foreground is especially worthy of notice.
With this inimitable drawing we may compare the rocks in the foreground of the Llanthony.
The kitchen, too, obtruded and occupied the foreground of life.
As for us, Nalty, we must not be foreground figures in the picture.
So he marched back into the churchyard also, and left John in the foreground.
It showed an old sailing ship in the foreground on a placid sea.