Same synonyms

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The definition of same is a person or thing which is equal or identical to another.
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Like one another; showing resemblance; similar
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Exactly equal and alike:
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Always the same; not varying or changing in form, rate, degree, manner, etc.; constant
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Not variable; unalterable; uniform; always having the same value.
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Actual [caught in the very act]
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Having the same privileges, status, or rights:
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Equal in proportion, quantity, size, etc.
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Constant; unflagging:
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Unchanging; immutable
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(Computing, programming) Neither covariant nor contravariant.
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Exactly the same; identical; (the) very same
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Like another in action
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Like another in action
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The definition of related is being associated with.
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Regularly recurring:
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Participating at a distance from the rest of a group:
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Like another in action
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(--- Math., Logic) Designating an equation, relation, etc. whose terms can be interchanged without affecting its validity
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Having equal strength, ability or efficacy
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Identical; esp., having exactly the same wording, form, etc.
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Equivalent in effect or value:
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The definition of consistent is something that is reliable or in agreement.
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The definition of steady is firm, constant and free from change.
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Lacking variety; having a uniform character
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Sufficient to satisfy a requirement or meet a need.
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Similar or alike in such a way as to permit the drawing of an analogy.
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Of or pertaining to congeners (organisms of the same genus)
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Belonging to the same taxonomic genus; congeneric
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A surface within a region containing a potential (typically electric potential), such that all the points on the surface have equal potential.
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(Chemistry, physics) Being an isomer.
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The same, or equal, in law or right; one in kind or origin; analogous or similar.
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(Mathematics) Of geometrical figures including triangles, squares, ellipses, arcs and more complex figures, having the same shape but possibly different size, rotational orientation, and position; in particular, having corresponding angles equal and corresponding line segments proportional; such that one can be had from the other using a sequence of operations of rotation, translation and scaling.
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Current; modern:
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Of the same weight; evenly balanced
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Like another in state
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Of, or having the nature of, a synonym; equivalent or similar in meaning
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A group of identical cells derived from a single cell.
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Like another in state
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Having all sides or faces equal. For example, a square is a regular polygon, and a cube is a regular polyhedron.
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Remaining continually unchanged
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Originating or existing during the same period; lasting through the same era.
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The definition of cognate is related by birth.
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Equal in measure or size; coextensive
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Similar or equivalent:
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(Christian Theol.) Having the same substance: said esp. of the persons of the Trinity
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Being the same as another; identical. This may exclude the first identical item in a series, but usage is inconsistent.
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Being the very (one specified or understood)
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Of the same or similar nature or kind:
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Like another in state
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Having almost or exactly the same qualities, characteristics, etc.; similar; equal
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Equally distant from one another at all points.
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Of the same kind, nature, color, material, etc. as the rest
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(Linguistics) The process by which words or morphemes are re-formed or created on the model of existing grammatical patterns in a language, often leading to greater regularity in paradigms, as evidenced by helped replacing holp and holpen as the past tense and past participle of help on the model of verbs such as yelp, yelped, yelped.
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The property or an instance of being concurrent; something that happens at the same time as something else.
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(Mathematics) The state of being congruent
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The quality of being consubstantial.
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The state or characteristic of being contemporaneous.
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(Mathematics) Any of a set of two or more numbers used to determine the position of a point, line, curve, or plane in a space of a given dimension with respect to a system of lines or other fixed references.
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(Uncountable) The fact of being equal.
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(Mathematics) An equivalence relation.
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The state or quality of being homogeneous.
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Equality of value at a given ratio between different kinds of money, commodities, etc.
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A lack of variety or change; monotony.
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(Music) More than one complete musical texture occurring at the same time. This first appeared in the music of Charles Ives, and is common in the music of Conlon Nancarrow, and others.
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The state of things; the way things are, as opposed to the way they could be; the existing state of affairs.
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The fact or state of being synchronous; simultaneous occurrence
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The condition of being unanimous.
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To give a certain office or function to; appoint
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Equate is defined as to make the same, compare or make average.
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Various or assorted:
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Another is defined as an additional amount.
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Unequal.
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(Mathematics) of a coordinate system, specifying the location of a point in a plane by using a radius and an angle
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Lacking in correct logical relation; contradictory:
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unchanging
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Able to vary.
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unchanging
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The Finnic language of this people
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A member of a people of nomadic herding tradition in northern Norway, Sweden, and Finland, and in the Kola Peninsula of Russia.
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Any of the languages of the Saami.
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the language of nomadic Lapps in northern Scandinavia and the Kola Peninsula
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a member of an indigenous nomadic people living in northern Scandinavia and herding reindeer
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Different from that or those implied or specified:
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Synonym Study

  • Equivalent implies of things that they amount to the same thing in value, force, meaning, etc. $5 or its equivalent in merchandise
  • Equal implies the absence of any difference in quantity, size, value, degree, etc. equal weights, an equal advantage
  • Identical , in one sense, also expresses the first idea this is the identical bed where he slept and, in another, implies exact correspondence in all details, as of quality, appearance, etc. the signatures are identical
  • Same , in one sense, agrees with selfsame and very in implying that what is referred to is one thing and not two or more distinct things that is the same, or selfsame or very, house we once lived in and, in another sense, implies reference to things that are really distinct but without any significant difference in kind, appearance, amount, etc. I eat the same food every day
Find another word for same. In this page you can discover 100 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for same, like: the very same, same, alike, identical, uniform, invariable, very, no different, just-as-good, equal and equivalent.