Dichotomy in a Sentence
Definition of Dichotomy
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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