analogous

[ uh-nal-uh-guhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF analogous

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Analogous facts may be cited closer to us, easier to verify.

Analogous grouping is preferable where variety of hue is desirable.

Analogous services were organized by the French and the Italians.

Analogous observations on Triton by Jullien and Schreibers, 591.

Analogous to the medical mission are the missions to the blind and the deaf.

Analogous occurrences have been described by Gtte in Teleostei.

Analogous arts and customs will also be traced to various other nations.

Analogous to this, among other nations there were soldiers called Draconarii.

Analogous symptoms were not long in appearing in the left arm.

Analogous results are obtained with the stalks of the potato.

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