- the perceptual effect of the juxtaposition of very different colors
- the act of distinguishing by comparing differences
- the range of optical density and tone on a photographic negative or print (or the extent to which adjacent areas on a television screen differ in brightness)
- What a contrast between them!
- Let's contrast spring with fall.
- You are diligent by contrast with her.
- The contrast immediately springs to eyes.
- The contrast between the two ideas is very marked.
- The dress has a beautiful contrast between red and white.
- She seemed very happy in contrast to the man.
- She seemed happy in contrast to the man.
- In contrast to many rumours, I don't know everything.
- Latin American novels are characterized by their contrast.
- He looked quite happy in contrast with those around him.
- The contrast between the sky and the mountain is striking.
- The picture is colorful in contrast with this one.
- In contrast to yesterday, it isn't hot at all today.
- Such telling effects of contrast as Japanese artists produce by use of empty space.