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adversative in grammar, indicating opposition or contrast. [1/2 definitions]
against in contrast with, esp. dark on light. [1/5 definitions]
anticlimax a disappointing period of descent or decline in contrast to a previous rise. [1/3 definitions]
antithesis a clear oppositeness; contrast. [1/2 definitions]
contradistinction distinction by contrast or difference.
contrastable combined form of contrast.
disjunctive in grammar, of or denoting a word or phrase that indicates opposition or alternatives, as "but," "or," and "in contrast to". [1/5 definitions]
foil2 someone or something that, by contrast, makes the distinctive characteristics of another more noticeable. [2/7 definitions]
however on the other hand; by contrast. [1/6 definitions]
irony contrast between expectation and outcome, or an event or situation that contains such contrast. [2/3 definitions]
juxtapose to bring together for the purpose of side-by-side comparison or contrast.
phase-contrast microscope a microscope that uses the different phases of light from different parts of an observed object to produce an image with high contrast among its parts.
plenum the whole of space considered as full of matter, in contrast to a vacuum. [1/3 definitions]
positive in photography, showing light, shade, and color in their natural way, in contrast to their inversion in a negative. [1/13 definitions]
reflective characterized by or tending to meditation, esp. in contrast to abrupt action; thoughtful. [1/2 definitions]
relief2 prominence or distinctness resulting from contrast. [1/2 definitions]
sonata a musical composition for one or more instruments, such as the piano or violin, usu. having several movements that contrast in tempo and mood.
underdeveloped of film, left in a developing solution for too short a time and thus lacking adequate contrast. [1/2 definitions]
underexpose to expose (film) to too little light or for too short a time, resulting in lack of contrast.
versus as compared to; in contrast with; as an alternative to. [1/2 definitions]
whereas while in contrast. [1/3 definitions]