identicalness

[ ahy-den-ti-kuhl, ih-den- ]SEE DEFINITION OF identicalness
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She has an high opinion of her sex, to think they can charm so long a man so well acquainted with their identicalness.

There is certainly an identicalness of language between the two papers that is well calculated to strengthen this hypothesis.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, as a term in logic, from Medieval Latin identicus "the same," from Late Latin identitas "identity, sameness," ultimately from comb. form of Latin idem "the same" (from id "it, that one;" see id) + demonstrative suffix -dem. General sense of "being the same or very similar" is from 1630s. Replaced Middle English idemptical (late 15c.), from Medieval Latin idemptitas "identity," from Latin idem. Related: Identically.

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