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The act, fact, or state of agreeing or conforming:
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  1. The act, fact, or state of agreeing or conforming:
  2. (Countable) An agreement of situations or objects with an expected outcome.
  3. ​(uncountable) Reciprocal exchange of civilities, especially conversation between persons by means of letters.
A similar appearance; a semblance.
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  1. A similar appearance; a semblance.
  2. The state, quality, or fact of being like; resemblance.
  3. (The same) form or shape; semblance
That which resembles, or is similar; a representation; a likeness.
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  1. That which resembles, or is similar; a representation; a likeness.
  2. (Obs.) Characteristic appearance
  3. The state, fact, or quality of resembling; similarity of appearance, or, sometimes, of character; likeness
(Countable) Someone or something that closely resembles another; a duplicate or twin.
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  1. (Countable) Someone or something that closely resembles another; a duplicate or twin.
  2. The form or likeness (of some person or thing)
  3. (Countable) A way in which two people or things share similitude.
(Philosophy) The doctrine that to every mental change there corresponds a concomitant but causally unconnected physical alteration.
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  1. (Philosophy) The doctrine that to every mental change there corresponds a concomitant but causally unconnected physical alteration.
  2. (Philos.) The doctrine that mind and matter function together synchronously but without any causal interaction
  3. The use of parallel structure in writing
A likeness, image, or representation
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  1. A likeness, image, or representation
  2. The barest trace; a modicum:
  3. Seeming; appearance; show; figure; form.
An arrangement between parties, usually resulting from a discussion, regarding a course of action.
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  1. An arrangement between parties, usually resulting from a discussion, regarding a course of action.
  2. A mutual understanding between two or more legally competent individuals or entities about their rights and duties regarding their past or future performances and consideration. While an agreement usually leads to a contract, it could also be an executed sale, a gift or other transfer of property, or a promise without a legal obligation.
  3. (Grammar) Correspondence in gender, number, case, or person between words.
A term used to describe the relationship that one has to the adopted or blood (and usually close) relatives of their spouse. For example, affinity exists between a woman and her husband’s brother.
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  1. A term used to describe the relationship that one has to the adopted or blood (and usually close) relatives of their spouse. For example, affinity exists between a woman and her husband’s brother.
  2. The attractive force, of varying strength for various elements, molecules, etc., that causes the atoms of certain elements to combine and stay combined
  3. (--- Biology) A relationship or resemblance in structure between species that suggests a common origin.
Relationship; close connection
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  1. Relationship; close connection
  2. Connection by heredity, marriage, or adoption; family relationship.
  3. Relationship by nature or character; affinity.
A form of reasoning based on the assumption that if two things are known to be alike in some respects, then they are probably alike in other respects.
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  1. A form of reasoning based on the assumption that if two things are known to be alike in some respects, then they are probably alike in other respects.
  2. (Biology) Correspondence in function or position between organs of dissimilar evolutionary origin or structure.
  3. (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.
(Mathematics) The shortest path between two vertices in a graph
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  1. (Mathematics) The shortest path between two vertices in a graph
  2. The state of being mean or stingy
  3. The state of being friends
(Mathematics) An inexact result adequate for a given purpose.
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  1. (Mathematics) An inexact result adequate for a given purpose.
  2. The act, process or result of approximating.
  3. (Medicine) The act of bringing together the edges of tissue to be sutured.
(Geology) The relationship between rock or sediment strata that were deposited adjacently or vertically in sequence without any interruption due to erosion, tilting, folding, or similar natural processes.
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  1. (Geology) The relationship between rock or sediment strata that were deposited adjacently or vertically in sequence without any interruption due to erosion, tilting, folding, or similar natural processes.
  2. The condition or fact of being in harmony or agreement; correspondence; congruity; similarity
  3. Similarity in form or character; agreement:
Agreement; harmony
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  1. Agreement; harmony
  2. An instance or point of agreement or correspondence; a resemblance.
  3. The condition or fact of being congruous or congruent
Agreement; harmony
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  1. Agreement; harmony
  2. An alphabetical index of all the words in a text or corpus of texts, showing every contextual occurrence of a word:
  3. An alphabetical list of the chief words used in a book or by a writer, with the passages in which they occur identified or cited
A coming or happening together in time or place
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  1. A coming or happening together in time or place
  2. Agreement; accord
  3. Cooperation, as of agents, circumstances, or events.
Of events, the appearance of a meaningful connection when there is none.
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  1. Of events, the appearance of a meaningful connection when there is none.
  2. A sequence of events that although accidental seems to have been planned or arranged.
  3. The state or fact of occupying the same relative position or area in space.
The structure of a work or passage as considered from the point of view of its chordal characteristics and relationships.
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  1. The structure of a work or passage as considered from the point of view of its chordal characteristics and relationships.
  2. A state of agreement or orderly arrangement according to color, size, shape, etc.
  3. Agreement in feeling, action, ideas, interests, etc.; peaceable or friendly relations
The condition of being a certain person or thing:
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  1. The condition of being a certain person or thing:
  2. The awareness that an individual or group has of being a distinct, persisting entity:
  3. Information, such as an identification number, used to establish or prove a person's individuality, as in providing access to a credit account.
A group viewed as forming a distinct segment of society:
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  1. A group viewed as forming a distinct segment of society:
  2. A group of people having common interests:
  3. Similarity or identity:
Connection or manner of being connected or related, as in thought, meaning, etc.
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  1. Connection or manner of being connected or related, as in thought, meaning, etc.
  2. A logical or natural association between two or more things; relevance of one to another; connection:
  3. The mutual dealings or connections of persons, groups, or nations in social, business, or diplomatic matters:
An act of correlating or the condition of being correlated.
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  1. An act of correlating or the condition of being correlated.
  2. (Statistics) The tendency for two values or variables to change together, in either the same or opposite way:
  3. Mutual relationship or connection
A continuing attachment or association between persons, firms, etc., specif., one between lovers
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  1. A continuing attachment or association between persons, firms, etc., specif., one between lovers
  2. A particular type of connection existing between people related to or having dealings with each other:
  3. The condition or fact of being related; connection or association.
A relationship between quantities such that if one varies then another varies in a manner dependent on the first:
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  1. A relationship between quantities such that if one varies then another varies in a manner dependent on the first:
  2. The agreeable or harmonious relation of parts within a whole:
  3. The comparative relation between parts, things, or elements with respect to size, amount, degree, etc.; ratio
(Physics) A symmetry property of a wave function: expressed as +1 if no difference can be detected between the wave function and its mirror image, and as –1 if the wave function is changed only in sign
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  1. (Physics) A symmetry property of a wave function: expressed as +1 if no difference can be detected between the wave function and its mirror image, and as –1 if the wave function is changed only in sign
  2. A price for certain farm products, usually maintained by government price supports, designed to keep the purchasing power of the farmer at the level of a designated base period
  3. The number of 1's in a piece of binary code, generally taken as the quality of odd or even rather than as a specific number. The parity of packets of binary data is often transmitted along with the data to help detect whether the value of any bits has been altered.
The act of comparing or the process of being compared.
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  1. The act of comparing or the process of being compared.
  2. A comparing or being compared; estimation of similarities and differences
  3. (Grammar) The modification or inflection of an adjective or adverb to denote the positive, comparative, and superlative degrees, as in English, along with the equative degree in certain other languages, such as Irish Gaelic.
A figure of speech in which two essentially unlike things are compared, often in a phrase introduced by like or as, as in “How like the winter hath my absence been” or “So are you to my thoughts as food to life” (Shakespeare).
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  1. A figure of speech in which two essentially unlike things are compared, often in a phrase introduced by like or as, as in “How like the winter hath my absence been” or “So are you to my thoughts as food to life” (Shakespeare).
Mutual or reciprocal relation; correlation.
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  1. Mutual or reciprocal relation; correlation.
  2. Mutual relationship; interconnection
The state or quality of being homogeneous.
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  1. The state or quality of being homogeneous.
An organization of persons having common interests, purposes, etc.; society; league
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  1. An organization of persons having common interests, purposes, etc.; society; league
  2. (Ecology) A large number of organisms in a specific geographic area constituting a community with one or two dominant species.
  3. A group of individuals meeting or associated for fellowship or a common purpose. See also freedom of association. A group of individuals meeting or associated for fellowship or a common purpose. See also freedom of association.
The relation between things that depend on, involve, or follow each other; causal relationship
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  1. The relation between things that depend on, involve, or follow each other; causal relationship
  2. A person, especially one of influence or importance, with whom one is associated, as by kinship or common interests:
  3. A relationship; association
A term used to describe the relationship that one has to the adopted or blood (and usually close) relatives of their spouse. For example, affinity exists between a woman and her husband’s brother.
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  1. A term used to describe the relationship that one has to the adopted or blood (and usually close) relatives of their spouse. For example, affinity exists between a woman and her husband’s brother.
  2. (--- Biology) A relationship or resemblance in structure between species that suggests a common origin.
  3. The attractive force, of varying strength for various elements, molecules, etc., that causes the atoms of certain elements to combine and stay combined
(Uncountable) The state or quality of being alike.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state or quality of being alike.
  2. (Countable) The result or product of being alike.
(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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  1. (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.
  2. Similarity in some respects between things otherwise unlike; partial resemblance
  3. (Biology) Correspondence in function or position between organs of dissimilar evolutionary origin or structure.
A statement or estimate of similarities and differences.
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  1. A statement or estimate of similarities and differences.
  2. (Grammar) The modification or inflection of an adjective or adverb to denote the positive, comparative, and superlative degrees, as in English, along with the equative degree in certain other languages, such as Irish Gaelic.
  3. A comparing or being compared; estimation of similarities and differences
(Countable) An agreement of situations or objects with an expected outcome.
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  1. (Countable) An agreement of situations or objects with an expected outcome.
  2. ​(uncountable) Reciprocal exchange of civilities, especially conversation between persons by means of letters.
  3. Similarity; analogy
The state, quality, or fact of being like; resemblance.
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  1. The state, quality, or fact of being like; resemblance.
  2. A similar appearance; a semblance.
  3. (The same) form or shape; semblance
(Philos.) The doctrine that mind and matter function together synchronously but without any causal interaction
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  1. (Philos.) The doctrine that mind and matter function together synchronously but without any causal interaction
  2. The use of parallel structure in writing
  3. Correspondence or similarity.
Probability; verisimilitude.
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  1. Probability; verisimilitude.
  2. The state, fact, or quality of resembling; similarity of appearance, or, sometimes, of character; likeness
  3. A comparison; a simile.
(Archaic) One that closely resembles another.
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  1. (Archaic) One that closely resembles another.
  2. (Countable) A way in which two people or things share similitude.
  3. Similarity; likeness; resemblance
The absence of alternativism.
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  1. The absence of alternativism.
  2. State, quality, or instance of being uniform
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