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
On the first visit, several dishes had a kind of dull steam-table sameness.
With money and tourism, a sameness has begun to creep in, dull suburban paint jobs and topiaries, a homogenous Airbnb aesthetic flattening the contours.
Yet the quest for comfort — for softness and sameness, for friendliness and familiarity, for a place to plop down and relax in peace — seems perfectly natural and fundamentally American.
Rose Island Playhouse presents this comedy about four Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines.
This condominium community leaves the crowding, cookie-cutter sameness and lack of privacy behind, thanks to the work of builder Mark Lavitt.
His delivery has a sameness from song to song, and there's not going to be a lot of octave-stretching.
Young adults are waiting longer to marry, waiting longer to have children and shunning the suburban sameness to which their parents and grandparents flocked.
What all these businesses have in common, besides servicing customers’ craving for bettering themselves, is an aesthetic sameness.
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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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