dissimilarity

[ dih-sim-uh-lar-i-tee, dis-sim- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissimilarity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSIMILARITY

The dissimilarity of the plays only accentuates the likeness of the two protagonists.

In this the dissimilarity of our peoples may enable us to aid each other.

They were identical—the only dissimilarity being the boys' visiting cards.

The later and more abiding impression is that of dissimilarity.

The dissimilarity is yet more marked in the preparations for the nymphosis.

They were both, in spite of dissimilarity, fine, manly fellows.

Surely the dissimilarity in the effect points to a dissimilarity of cause.

Often dissimilarity is affected as adding piquancy of paradox.

And first as to its dissimilarity with the Spartan constitution.

The dissimilarity is indeed great, but not so great as is generally supposed.

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