Set in opposition to, showing the differences between.(adjective)
Present participle of contrast.(verb)
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Use "contrasting" in a sentence
"New Jersey Democrats will offer a budget that increases taxes on millionaires, fully funds school districts and restores property-tax refunds for seniors, setting up what they describe as contrasting priorities from the Republican governor, Democrats said Thursday."
"Sharpening his rhetoric, what they call contrasting himself with Senator Clinton before she started fighting back."
"(voice-over): Not lost here is that Barack Obama was the first campaign to go on the offensive -- sharpening his rhetoric, what they call contrasting himself with Senator Clinton before she started fighting back."