Examples of similarity in a Sentence
I doubt that these words are related beyond a similarity in sound.
The books share a similarity of ideas.
I see a lot of similarities in them.
Looking at these fossils, I see some similarity to modern-day birds.
I see very little similarity between your situation and his.
Recent Examples of similarity from the Web
That doesn't mean the overnight strikes, however, don't share similarities with the April 2017 attack in Syria.
And, yes, both businesses will share pastry chef Kristina Conger, who is a minority partner in Doug's Delight, but that's where most of the similarities end.
To me, there are a lot of similarities with what’s happening in music: a platform comes in, allows for global distribution at much lower cost and enables creators to actually live from their art.
However, because of the way that code works, Android still shared some similarities with the Java platform.
Its uncontrolled fall to Earth shares some similarities with the end of the Skylab space station in 1979; some of Skylab’s pieces rained down on rural Australia.
The new attack, named BranchScope by the researchers, shares some similarity with variant 2 of the Spectre attack, as both BranchScope and Spectre 2 take advantage of the behavior of the processor's branch predictor.
Space shares a few similarities with the Wild West.
On the surface, the two young women in these movies do share many similarities.
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First Known Use of similarity
Synonym Discussion of similarity
- a remarkable likeness to his late father
- some similarity between the two cases
- statements that bear little resemblance to the truth
- two schools of social thought showing points of similitude
- pointed out analogies to past wars
SIMILARITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of similarity for English Language Learners
: a quality that makes one person or thing like another
SIMILARITY Defined for Kids
Definition of similarity for Students
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