Antithesis

  • noun 
    an·tith·e·sis [an-tith-uh-sis] 
    plural 
    an·tith·e·ses [an-tith-uh-seez]
     
    - opposition; contrast
    - the direct opposite
    - Rhetoric
     
    Antithesis, literal meaning opposite, is a rhetorical device in which two opposite ideas are
    put together in a sentence to achieve a contrasting effect. It emphasizes the idea of contrast
    by parallel structures.
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