Dichotomy in a sentence

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Dichotomy meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [noun] the completely opposite difference between two things;

There is strange moral and ethical dichotomy at play here, which is indicative of some of the larger questions.

The dichotomy between spiritual and material is a false one.

Unfortunately, this dichotomy is pervasive in education.

It was an example of the “dichotomy” between what people say in the heat of a moment online and how they act offline, said Jay York.

The other major football programs in America did not follow suit, and a clear dichotomy began to emerge.

He acknowledges that there’s a dichotomy between magic’ tricks’ and what psychics claim.