Trendy word of the day: Juxtapose

Pronunciation: juks-tuh-‘powz

Meaning: To place close together or side by side

1. By looking at my old diary, I can juxtapose my past with my current life.
2. He tried to juxtapose the photos of his girlfriend on the desk to show his love.
3. A lovely fusion was created when the singer juxtaposed bits of contemporary jazz with western classical music.