Synonyms of 'foreground'
1 frontDictionary, focus, forefrontthe foreground of this boldly painted landscape
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Fore is used to refer to parts at the front of an animal, ship, or aircraft.
no damage in the fore part of the ship
If you are at the forefront of a campaign or other activity, you have a leading and influential position in it.
They are at the forefront of the campaign.
If someone is in the limelight, a lot of attention is being paid to them, because they are famous or because they have done something very unusual or exciting.
He has been thrust into the limelight with a high-profile job.
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Thesaurus for foreground from the Collins English Thesaurus
The foreground of a picture or scene you are looking at is the part or area of it that appears nearest to you.