How to use stark contrast in a sentence

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In stark contrast to last year's epic birthday bash, this year's celebrations will be deliberately low-key.
Her hair is so long that it frames her lithe body beautifully, forming a stark contrast to her fair skin.
Mike Norton, a rookie border patrolman, is a stark contrast to the gentle Melquiades.
It certainly will prove a stark contrast to recent league aways the Hatters have enjoyed at the likes of Molineux, Maine Road and Hillsborough.
He, by stark contrast, was scabrous and confessional, sexy, vernacular, and totally unpredictable.
The white of the barren room was a stark contrast to the blackness of the hole, up through which drifted faint scuffling sounds.
His self-sacrifice and idealism are also in stark contrast to the corruption and cynicism evident in modern Ireland.
The dark, boxy back room sat in stark contrast to the unusually bright Melburnian day outside.
Our notions of order and disorder stand in stark contrast to the dynamic artistry of the integral beauty of things as they are in nature.
The cluster of dive boats in the water stands in stark contrast to the jagged Sinai mountains and Bedouin tents on the land.
Her desire for religious toleration was in stark contrast to the bigotry that riddled French society.
The ease of transplantation of tobacco stands in stark contrast to the caffeine crops.
It was in stark contrast to the Wasps who trooped off the field just thankful to have got through the season.
Now the silence settled over the garden was thick and heavy, a stark contrast to the chirping and tweeting he was so accustomed to.
The slums and shanty towns stand in stark contrast to the multi-storey towers and the glamour of Bollywood.
I am so caught up in thinking about the stark contrast that I don't hear the voices murmuring softly behind the door.
Gene Wilder is brilliantly understated as the Waco Kid, a stark contrast to the neurotic nebbish Leo Bloom in Brooks's The Producers.
A matching cloak fluttered from around his neck, standing out in stark contrast to his golden hair.
Beneath his watchband lies a strip of pink, tender skin, a stark contrast to his nut-brown tan.
His evidence in chief stood in stark contrast to his evidence on cross-examination.
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Examples from Classical Literature
It's a stark contrast to the days when Skinner was expelled for selling used meal tickets to fellow pupils.
Mr Cameron's dithering is in stark contrast to China, which plans to build 70 new airports in the next three years.
The Bulgarian's outstanding athleticism and instinctive court-craft were in stark contrast to Murray's uncustomary flat-footedness and inconsistent ground-strokes.
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