This, of course, does not prevent his character from exhibiting generic differences and antitheses.
The answer is that the union is one of complementaries, and not of antitheses.
Yet the understanding cannot release itself from the fixity of these antitheses.
Grace and its works are the antitheses of the devil and his works.
Their antitheses were fully in harmony with existence, which is itself a contradiction in terms.
It is sublime in its similes and exquisite in its antitheses.
He is beyond all alternatives and antitheses, and is not to be known beyond our imaginary ideas of him.
For certainly the whole object at which he laboured in drawing up the 'antitheses.'
The antitheses were clear, even as Lincoln saw them in 1858.
He knits his brows and jumps and snorts when he peruses a powerful criticism, with antitheses and things.
1520s, from Late Latin antithesis, from Greek antithesis "opposition, resistance," literally "a placing against," also a term in logic and rhetoric, noun of action from antitithenai "to set against, oppose," a term in logic, from anti- "against" (see anti-) + tithenai "to place," from PIE root *dhe- "to put, to do" (see factitious).