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Synonyms for compare

compare to something

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compare with something

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Synonyms for compare

to examine in order to note the similarities and differences of

Synonyms for compare

qualities that are comparable

examine and note the similarities or differences of

be comparable

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consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous

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to form the comparative or superlative form on an adjective or adverb

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References in classic literature ?
She could only compare Mr Elliot to Lady Russell, in the wish of really comprehending what had passed, and in the degree of concern for what she must have suffered in witnessing it.
As I walked I could not but compare myself with the first man of that other world, so complete the solitude which surrounded me, so primal and untouched the virgin wonders and beauties of adolescent nature.
If you turn back to page 401 you can compare this with Milton's own version.
Compare the English carrier and the short-faced tumbler, and see the wonderful difference in their beaks, entailing corresponding differences in their skulls.
How does the lyric quality of 'Alexander's Feast' compare with that of the best lyrics of more Romantic periods?
Compare the 'Spectator' essays with any others with which you are familiar.
The translation of 'The Iliad': Compare with corresponding passages in the original or in the translation of Lang, Leaf, and Myers
How does it compare with Pope's poems in artistry and power?
Even the magnificent outburst at the beginning of this book, in which the unhappy woman compares her heart to a dying moon, is prefaced by vague complaint:
The novelist always compares the masticators of his heroine to ivory; but I boldly pronounce the teeth of the Typee to be far more beautiful than ivory itself.