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While some feminists cheered this development as breaking down an unnatural barrier that kept men and women from reaching their potential, to women like Donnelly it was yet another step toward imposing an unnatural sameness on men and women.
Being able to find new ways to love it even as its sameness drives us crazy may be a testament to our adaptability.
The debate which ensued presented much sameness and repetition.
Again, there is, in another particular, a remarkable and impressive sameness in the stories related by these wretched girls.
Hence sameness in his work and indifference to the picture he copied.
In spite of this sameness of position they have much spirit and action.
They are safe where they are, but the days have so much of dull sameness that there is a sore temptation in the unknown peril.
SWORD AND GOWNGEORGE A. LAWRENCE
Between the seams ran silver threads here and there, like gentle thoughts, varying the sameness of such simplicity.
The sameness of life in camp soon wearied, and Ralph longed for something more stirring.
From where she sat in the veranda she could see no single object to break the deadly sameness of it.

WORDS RELATED TO SAMENESS

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obnubilateverb (used with object) | [ob-noo-buh-leyt, -nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION