Origin and Etymology of juxtaposition
Latin juxta near + English position — more at joust
First Known Use: 1654
Rhymes with juxtaposition
academician, arithmetician, biometrician, decomposition, dental technician, diagnostician, dialectician, disinhibition, family physician, fetal position, general admission, geometrician, geriatrician, high-definition, indisposition, interposition, lotus position, metaphysician, onomastician, open admission, out of commission, pediatrician, pocket edition, presupposition, pyrotechnician, redefinition, self-definition, self-recognition, semiotician, theoretician
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