identity[ ahy-den-ti-tee, ih-den- ]SEE DEFINITION OF identity
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A point of seeming difference between them establishes their identity.
The Professor—I had guessed his identity—joined us, glancing at me inquisitively.
She was like a hunted hare, dodging everyone she fancied might discover her identity.
We see that the puzzle about identity proves at last to be of Grecian origin.
The trout-fly settled all doubts in my mind as to his origin and his identity.
For the moment I could not place him; then his identity dawned on me.
No more was needed to convince Number Thirteen of the identity of the party.
None can confuse her identity for a moment with that of any other monument of a dead religion.
Solomon Tibbs had a warm argument with Miss Selina as to his identity.
Tom knew that Harkless divined the gesture, as well as the identity of the gentleman.
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