Definition of others
1. other [ a ] not the same one or ones already mentioned or implied
Examples: "today isn't any other day"- the White Queen "he asked for other employment" "any other person would tell the truth" "his other books are still in storage" "then we looked at the other house"
(Musical America, LXXXI:5...)
In all his miscalculations , Stravinsky made the fatal historical blunder of presuming that he could transform other composers ' inspirations - representing many peoples , time_periods and styles - into his own music by warping the harmony , melody , or form , to verify his own experiments .
His various aesthetic postulates remain as landmarks of a_house_divided_against_itself : Supra_Expressionism , Neo Paganism , Neo_Classicism , Neo_Romanticism , Neo_Jazz , Neo Ecclesiasticism , Neo Popularism , and most_recently , Post Serialism - all competing with each other within one composer !
(Norman Kent, "The Watercolor Art of Roy M. Mason"...)
Just because a tree or other object appears in a certain spot is absolutely no reason to place it in the same position in the painting , unless the position serves the design of the whole composition .
Out of long experience I have found that incidental figures and other objects like trees , logs , and bushes can be traced from the original sketch and moved about in the major areas on the final sheet until they occupy the right position , which I call ' clicking ' .
Other memberships include the American_Watercolor_Society , Philadelphia_Water_Color_Club , Allied_Artists_of_America , Audubon_Artists , Baltimore_Watercolor_Society .Synonyms other Related Terms same new another else other_than opposite remaining opposite opposite another otherwise different separate otherness
2. other [ a ] further or added
Examples: "called for additional troops" "need extra help" "an extra pair of shoes" "I have no other shoes" "there are other possibilities"
(The Providence Journal...)
By the end of the third act , the artist is dead but the body lingers on , a shell among other shells .
(Schubert Ogden, Christ Without Myth....)
If the content of faith is to be presented today in a form that can be `` understanded of the people '' - and this , it must_not be forgotten , is one of the goals of the perennial theological task - there is no other choice but to abandon completely a mythological manner of representation .
This is not to say that the only explanation of the present infatuation with Norman_Vincent_Peale 's `` cult of reassurance '' or the other types of a purely cultural Christianity is the ever-present need for a demythologized gospel .
(S. Idell Pyle, et al., Onsets, Completions, and...)
Forty other figures similar to 5 and 6 and the original data used in the construction of all figures and tables in this monograph have been included in the Appendix .Synonyms other extra additional Related Terms added
3. other [ a ] recently past
Examples: "the other evening"
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch,...)
`` Pittsburgh definitely is the team to beat '' , Mauch said here the other day .
(Gerald Green, The Heartless Light....)
Kahler continued : `` I fixed his dog the other day and I guess he 's sore , so I expected him to come barging_in '' .
(Evan Esar, Humorous English; a guide to comic ,...)
`` It was only the other day that I saw something of yours , about something or other , in some magazine '' .
(James Thurber, "The Future, If Any, of Comedy,"...)
I called the other afternoon on my old friend , Graves_Moreland , the Anglo-American literary critic - his mother was_born in Ohio - who lives alone in a fairy-tale cottage on the Upson_Downs , raising_hell and peacocks , the former only when the venerable gentleman becomes an angry old_man about the state of literature or something else that is dwindling and diminishing , such_as human stature , hope , and humor .
`` Oh yes , the other day I reread some of Emerson 's English_Traits , and there was an anecdote about a group of English and Americans visiting Germany , more_than a_hundred years ago .Synonyms other Related Terms past
4. other [ a ] of the distant past
Examples: "the early inhabitants of Europe" "former generations" "in other times"
5. other [ a ] very unusual; different in character or quality from the normal or expected
Examples: "a strange, other dimension...where his powers seemed to fail"- Lance Morrow
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