This metaphor raises a lot of questions when juxtaposed with the rest of the lyrics of the song.
And at Waddesdon Manor last year, items were placed in certain places, juxtaposed with objects that look entirely different.
In a devastating ad, footage of Kerry riding the breeze of Nantucket was juxtaposed with hits on his alleged “flip-flopping.”
It is against their wholeness that the incomplete impressions of the recent past or present are juxtaposed.
Such moments of defiant innocence cannot but be juxtaposed with those of destruction.
In other words, they are not superposed, as in the human species, but juxtaposed.
If things may be juxtaposed they can be compared; if not, the comparison is bound to be bad.
It is known that juxtaposed colors generally enrich one another and this phenomenon is known as simultaneous contrast.
When they were together the Jacobean and the Victorian ages were juxtaposed.
Thus it happened that in Eustacia's brain were juxtaposed the strangest assortment of ideas, from old time and from new.