Examples of sameness in a Sentence
the sameness of the two methods
There is a sameness to his stories that makes them too predictable.
Recent Examples of sameness from the Web
What all these businesses have in common, besides servicing customers’ craving for bettering themselves, is an aesthetic sameness.
Too much focus on profits, critics say, breeds the sort of boxy sameness that marks much of the Seaport’s new architecture.
As much as the offseason began with the refrain of sameness with the retention of head coach Marvin Lewis for a 16th season, it’s been dictated by change ever since.
Consider this: Women's basketball needs madness – not sameness.
There’s a certain sameness: that familiarity, that gloss.
There’s a sameness to the reaction of politicians to mass shootings.
Even so, the realities of high construction costs and a tight zoning envelope impose a sameness.
Prior to Sunday night’s Golden Globes, some fashion pundits were wringing their hands over the #WhyWeWearBlack movement: Would the sameness be boring?
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First Known Use of sameness
SAMENESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sameness for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of being alike or of not changing
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