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

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She understood him better than Govinda used to understand him, she was more similar to him.

And yet, he envied them, envied them just the more, the more similar he became to them.

But the higher the fall is made, the more similar these effects become.

The methods of construction adopted for their erection are more similar.

But their fortunes were not more similar than their persons and dispositions.

Beyond were one or more similar courts in proportion to the size of the house.

In the afternoon the Confederates made two more similar attempts, but were met in the same way and achieved no success.

Such recipes must be regarded as variations of sponge cake, for they are more similar to that than to butter cake.

In other respects, their habits are more similar; for they destroy almost every substance, animal and vegetable.

Their whole physical appearance is more similar to a bird than to a human being of our Earth.