Antonyms of DISSIMILAR

Examples of usage:

  1. That there should be little community of ideas, and by consequence little sympathy, between such a race and the whites is no more than any one would expect who elsewhere in the world has studied the phenomena which mark the contact of dissimilar peoples. "Impressions of South Africa" by James Bryce
  2. It is still often thought, for example, that mind could not have grown up in a universe which previously contained nothing mental, and one ground for this belief is that matter is too dissimilar from mind to have been able to cause it. "Mysticism and Logic and Other Essays" by Bertrand Russell
  3. They have stood for many centuries as representatives, to the world, of these very dissimilar beliefs. "India’s Problem Krishna or Christ" by John P. Jones
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