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Synonyms for comparison

Synonyms for comparison

Synonyms for comparison

the act of examining resemblances

relation based on similarities and differences

qualities that are comparable

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OF THE many amazing feats accomplished by Aidan O'Brien during his astonishing training career, few would bear comparison to a Breeders' Cup triumph for Starspangledbanner.
This is a shame as Roche's achievements bear comparison with anyone, yet recent biographies of Fignon and Merckx in particular are considerably more engrossing tales.
These public paid jobs don't bear comparison with the real world of minimum pay and existing on a pounds 130 a week basic state pension.
Spurs' 1981 FA Cup-winning hero Villa reckons Bale's performances against Inter Milan in the Champions League in the past fortnight bear comparison with those of the world's best footballers.
Queiroz believes Ronaldo, last season's Footballer of the Year in England, will soon bear comparison with the all-time sporting greats.
She went on: "Thanks to the initiative of the old Birmingham City Council and the Chamber of Commerce and" with Government support, the nation has at last acquired an exhibition centre which can bear comparison with the best that the rest of the world has to offer,
Manchester united's recent scoring record in the Champions League hardly inspires confidence ahead of their decisive match against Benfica in a fortnight - but Rio Ferdinand insists the team's strikers bear comparison with any in the world.
Win, lose of draw tomorrow, he could have donenomore to prove that for his never-say-die qualities alone he is beginning to bear comparison to England's greatest all-rounder Ian Botham Flintoff (three for 46) could have been forgiven for crying enough when Inzamam-ul Haq cut him for four and skipper Michael Vaughan gave him the option of taking a breather.
Restaurants, and many pubs, in this country bear comparison with much on the continent, and certainly with anything in the US.
AT SOME MOMENT between 1959 and 1961, Andy Warhol underwent an artistic change deep enough to bear comparison to a religious conversion.
To put Frost beside Dante and Yeats is the highest tribute possible, but it does not seem extravagant to place this American farmer-poet in their company, since his lyrical gift and his humane insight do bear comparison with the greatest writers in world literature.
The performance at Perpignan during the 1989 Colloquium on medieval theatre proved that the translation is serviceable, as well as accurate, and fully justifies this reprint of the Frank edition of a short French Passion play which can bear comparison with any of the better-known English texts.
When you mention Floyd Mayweather you're talking boxing greatness - an artist, a defensive master whose skills bear comparison with some of the greatest names in the battered old business of prize-fighting.