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Dichotomy - Definition

»  a difference between two opposite things or ideas

Use Dichotomy in a sentence

  • His dichotomy of heaven and hell became an excellent essay on the contrast between paradise and eternal suffering.

  • Nature or nurture is a dichotomy which has long been debated by scholars.

  • If we ignore the gender dichotomy between the two candidates, we can easily tell they are both equally qualified for the security position.

  • The main highlight of his mural is the visual dichotomy illustrating the difference between the moon and the sun.

  • In his play, the writer dramatizes the dichotomy of conflicting emotions felt by a man torn between two women.

  • The dichotomy between the church and state revolves around the belief religion should not be introduced in public schools.

  • Because the dichotomy between my sister’s crazy actions and her words was so obvious, everyone knew she had started drinking again.

  • Even though my parents still loved each other, the dichotomy which existed because of their personal differences ended their marriage.

  • The huge dichotomy between the rich and the poor is one factor which separates the country.

  • As an expert in literature, I find no dichotomy between the author’s early and late works.

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Dichotomy Synonyms

difference, division, split, contradiction

Dichotomy Antonyms


Related Forms

dichotomous (adjective), dichotomic (adjective), dichotomously (adverb)

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