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noun as in case

noun as in cross section

noun as in poll

noun as in questionnaire

Strongest matches

Strong matches

noun as in random sample

Weak matches

noun as in representative

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Example Sentences

They’re a sampling, from across the nation, and they’re reported voluntarily.

For publishers that are already mailing goods to customers, adding sampling is an easy fit.

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In other words, the sampling was biased toward larger households.

He also estimates the probability of each candidate’s election by accounting for sampling error in the tracker and other uncertainties.

We had hoped to see the western bumblebee in our sampling, because its numbers have dropped precipitously in our area.

More than any other system, random sampling gives you “an exact portrait of the people at large.”

Sortition rests on two rather unique properties of random sampling.

Overall, the average duration of illness at sampling was nine days.

For example, Ed explained to me that while a sampling a beat is a well-known device in rap music, he samples colors.

Minaj dropped her newest single Anaconda on Monday, a Sir Mix-A-Lot sampling ode to her own assets.

If old Piegan Smith hadn't been sampling the contents of that keg so industriously he would never have made a break.

Jimmy says the pig just turned on its heel and walked round the garden sampling things and inquiring into them.

In other words, he went over the same ground again with a sampling-pick and a bundle of canvas bags.

After getting rid of most of the superfluous servants, he put on a screen and began sampling the newscasts.

Here it usually remains open for inspection and sampling till it is sold, when it is bagged.


On this page you'll find 194 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sampling, such as: instance, exemplification, illustration, occurrence, representative, and sample.

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