have/share more/less in common with


: to be more/less like (something else)
The film has more in common with the director's earlier works than with his most recent projects.

Examples of have/share more/less in common with in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Source: General Administration Department, Myanmar Some ethnic minorities have more in common with people in China, India and Thailand than with the Bamar, Myanmar’s largest ethnicity. Hannah Beech, New York Times, 20 Apr. 2024 Alzheimer’s may have more in common with CJD than previously suspected, Collinge said. Liz Szabo, NBC News, 29 Jan. 2024 These records, in other words, have more in common with Waxahatchee’s early work than their sunlit settings might suggest. Andy Cush, Pitchfork, 12 Mar. 2024 The forces, which do not currently operate outside China, have more in common with America’s National Guard than its militia movement, which refers to private paramilitary organizations that usually have a right-wing political focus. Laura He, CNN, 20 Feb. 2024 Does a wealthy non-white child of immigrants, such as former Harvard president Claudine Gay, the daughter of wealthy Haitian immigrants, have more in common with Black Walmart workers who might tick the same box than affluent White colleagues? TIME, 3 Feb. 2024 These handhelds have more in common with the console market, where an upgrade in hardware power requires investing in an entirely new machine. Kyle Orland, Ars Technica, 14 Nov. 2023 Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have more in common with Rosalynn and Jimmy Carter than a commitment to philanthropy. Meghan Overdeep, Southern Living, 23 Oct. 2023 But the lines have blurred, and a quick look at demographics (and election results) will tell you Chicago and Atlanta have more in common with each other than the rural parts of their respective states. Dante Chinni, NBC News, 10 Sep. 2023

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“Have/share more/less in common with.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/have%2Fshare%20more%2Fless%20in%20common%20with. Accessed 20 May. 2024.

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