It makes a beautifully lucid case for politics as the antithesis of beauty in human life.
Pull aside the black curtain leading into the next room, and you will see the antithesis of monumental.
Laura Hillenbrand is the antithesis of the popular concept of a world-famous, bestselling author.
White Hole is the pinnacle of the exhibition – constructed as the antithesis of a “black hole.”
Such arbitrary government action is the antithesis of such values.
Milton presented two distinct poems, though allied by antithesis, and Penseroso does not speak until Allegro has finished.
He was only misled by his love of antithesis into a hasty and illogical remark.
In my opinion, this antithesis of monism and dualism is the most important in the whole history of philosophy.
That seems to arise out of the antithesis to the former conception of love.
Crabbe's thoughts ran very much in antithesis, and the couplet suited this tendency.
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).