contrastingly contrastingly


  • (adv) in a contrasting manner


  1. The church itself is somewhat stiff in design, and the window's weaving composition is contrastingly amorphous.
  2. The two bedrooms were contrastingly tinyonly 12 by 14 ft.
  3. Fritz Winter's contrastingly gloomy canvases showed what dim-lit richness a few masterfully placed bars and smears of color can assume.


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  • "It would be a lot easier to pull the (Georgia Tech game plan) out, but the styles of offenses are so contrastingly different," defensive coordinator Vic Koenning said. "You can't really compare them. It's apples to oranges."
    on Nov 22, 2006 By: Vic Koenning Source: The State

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