Definition of juxtaposed
: placed side by side : being in juxtaposition
Examples of juxtaposed in a Sentence
the juxtaposed photographs of the country's richest and poorest areas are a telling commentary on inequality
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Cheek by Jowl London is full of juxtaposed social groups.
A temporary one-room permanent collection installation in 2013 juxtaposed 19th century American landscape paintings and photographs that revealed startling visual shifts from new technology.
Tom’s experiences in an alien culture and Ally’s travails in England are juxtaposed, allowing the reader to join them on their separate quests even as their nascent marriage is shaped by their separate concerns.
Lamar's single song is a juxtaposed collection of ideas, moods, personas, and styles.
Guantanamo: If The Light Goes Out juxtaposed images of Guantanamo Bay detention camps with shots of the interior of a former detainee’s UK home.
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