similarity

[ sim-uh-lar-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF similarity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SIMILARITY

Strange, that with this similarity of taste we could never agree!

In matrimony a similarity of tastes, particularly the taste for domination.

Theirs it was to obey orders, but all similarity ended there.

The similarity between the words Offer and Over is very obvious.

Several points of similarity and contrast may be observed between them.

We feel a similarity, but note an arbitrary disregard of our own, this time.

The first and most important of the laws to be considered in this connection is that of similarity.

How could I invite you to a similarity which is nothing but a perpetual dissimilarity?

The similarity of the two words may have led to a confusion of ideas.

Differing in all other particulars, on this point of character their similarity is striking.

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