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Definition of Contrastively
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Literary usage of Contrastively
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1. Language: An Introduction to the Study of Speech by Edward Sapir (1921)
"These parallels become especially impressive when they are seen contrastively from a wide phonetic perspective. " Here are a few examples. ..."
2. The Expositor edited by William Robertson Nicoll, Samuel Cox, James Moffatt (1875)
"... the seventh verse; and then, in a future article, we shall turn our attention to what is said, contrastively, of the Son in the eighth and ninth verses. ..."
3. The People's Bible: Discourses Upon Holy Scripture by Joseph Parker (1893)
"... but contrastively. John was a burning and a shining lamp—the best light you could have at the time. When do you put out the lamp ? ..."
4. Memoranda of the Experience, Labors, and Travels of a Universalist Preacher by George] [Rogers (1845)
"In these I endeavored to present the doctrines of Universalism and endless misery, contrastively, in some striking points of light, ..."
5. Commentary on the New Testament, Intended for Popular Use by Daniel Denison Whedon (1880)
"But—contrastively, the elder must possess the six qualities expressed in the text. 9. Holding fast—Passing from his moral qualities to his doctrinal ..."
6. Extraordinary Women: Their Girlhood and Early Life by William Russell (1857)
"... will ever contrastively associate the circumstances attending the birth and death of the martyred Queen of France—the brilliancy and promise of the ..."
7. The Alternative: A Study in Psychology by Edmund R. Clay (1882)
"I say it must precede; for angular acuteness, rectitude, and obtuseness, are not distinctly discernible in advance of the light which they contrastively ..."