Juxtaposition

Jux`ta*po*si"tion

(jks`t*p*zsh"n), n. [L. juxta near + positio position: cf. F. juxtaposition. See Just, v. i., and Position.] A placing or being placed in nearness or contiguity, or side by side; as, a juxtaposition of words.
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Parts that are united by a a mere juxtaposition.
Glanvill.
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Juxtaposition is a very unsafe criterion of continuity.
Hare.
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