comparable

[ kom-per-uh-buhl or, sometimes, kuhm-pair- ]SEE DEFINITION OF comparable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPARABLE

No device of the trigger class is comparable with this in delicacy.

His work is comparable only in greatness with that of Tolstoi.

There is no phenomenon in the ether that is comparable with this.

Rose Mary herself as a creation is not comparable with Helen.

And yet what thing else may a man call his own is comparable to this one best possession!

Difformis: irregular in form or outline: not comparable; anomalous.

He suggests this is comparable to the "death-feint" of animals to avoid danger.

The main action of Beowulf is comparable in extent with the action of Waltharius.

Where the manuring is properly attended to our cotton crop is comparable with Egypt's.

But then no other was ever comparable to this in extent, variety or magnificence.

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