juxtaposed

[ juhk-stuh-pohz, juhk-stuh-pohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF juxtaposed
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When colours are juxtaposed, they become influenced as to their hue.

Orlando and Adam, ill-fortune and good luck, are juxtaposed.

In other words, they are not superposed, as in the human species, but juxtaposed.

The most free and ruddy and brave of his pages are juxtaposed with some of the most soft and timid.

If things may be juxtaposed they can be compared; if not, the comparison is bound to be bad.

When they were together the Jacobean and the Victorian ages were juxtaposed.

When a light colour is juxtaposed to a dark colour, the light colour appears lighter than it is, and the dark colour darker.

It is known that juxtaposed colors generally enrich one another and this phenomenon is known as simultaneous contrast.

His figures are outlined in broad black or coloured lines, and colours are juxtaposed with their complementaries.

In other juxtaposed twins the plane of composition is, however, not necessarily the twin-plane.

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