Thesaurus / comparing


Each had her special family recipes, and they took pride in comparing them.

The RetrospectAda Cambridge

They distinguish, however, its character, which will be best seen by comparing it with the elm.

Woodland GleaningsCharles Tilt

To be implies a when and a where; the one is comparing it with the motions of other beings, and the other with their situations.

Zoonomia, Vol. IErasmus Darwin

Another fact has to be reckoned with in comparing the prices of different foods.

Then He spake of Himself as the good Shepherd; comparing the people to a flock of sheep.

"Granny's Chapters"Lady Mary Ross

"Why, I'm rather slow," said Robert, comparing time with his own watch.

The foregoing differences will readily be seen by comparing the figures on Pls.

Intended to familiarize students with the constellations by comparing them with facsimiles on the lantern face.

TextilesWilliam H. Dooley

As we have seen, a Judgment is obtained by comparing two objects of thought according to their agreement or difference.

Thought-CultureWilliam Walker Atkinson

One consequence of this alteration is seen by comparing the entrance to each aisle.


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