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With only a few, if any, comparable shows on CBS or ABC, the Peacock stood alone with a bevy of Blackness on its roster at the same time.

That’s pretty close, but there are also several examples of polling error comparable to this year.

Using eDNA metabarcoding, the team was able to identify a comparable number of species with more traditional methods of deep-sea sampling.

The number and severity of penalties were comparable to those of recent years, although the number of hospitals receiving the maximum penalty of 3% dropped from 56 to 39.

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When pricing this way, you review the comparable sales and price higher than what similar homes have sold for recently.

A third category of chemical weapon is comparably savage—the nerve-gas agents.

Jump forward some decades and the number of ebook designers is comparably small.

We cannot apprehend an object as sublime while we apprehend it as comparably, measurably, or finitely great.

Not comparably to your ladyship; you are the very Cynthia of the skies, and queen of stars.

Unlike the peoples of the great Asiatic and European folk-wanderings, they found no comparably developed peoples to bar their way.

The gentry society was, therefore, a comparably stable society with little upward social mobility but with some downward mobility.

There is nothing comparably interesting in me, he said; I have had my story, or at least I have missed my chance to have a story.


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On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comparably, such as: likewise, analogously, comparatively, consonantly, correspondingly, and equally.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.