dissimilitude


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Related to dissimilitude: flamboyance, prevarication, histrionics
  • noun

Synonyms for dissimilitude

Synonyms for dissimilitude

dissimilarity evidenced by an absence of likeness

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Early on Augustine came to think of the human person as a foreigner, a peregrinus in a land of dissimilitude.
individualised portrait-like dedication', 'mimetically realistic portrayal', with 'real women' as models appearing in the statues 'in all their dissimilitude and imperfection' (pp.
When considering the second dissimilitude between this and earlier research, previously examined potentially ethically troublesome retail sales situations were found to possess an underlying structure.
The dissimilitude between the terms 'civil marriage' and 'civil union' is not innocuous; it is a considered choice of language that reflects a demonstrable assigning of same sex, largely homosexual, couples to second class status.
Apart from the matter of a wide dissimilitude of pieties, the task was complicated by somewhat different understandings of the role of hymns in worship.
Si elle peut etre attribuable a un certain dimorphisme sexuel (l'analyse gagnerait ici etre poursuivie), cette dissimilitude s'explique assurement par les traditions pedagogiques propres chaque institut religieux.
demonstrates a "total dissimilitude between him and a king of Great
Precisely here the Pope invokes the important teaching of Lateran IV in 1215: there exists an analogical similitude between creatures and God, even if always within a greater dissimilitude.
The laws Wordsworth has in mind he elsewhere calls imaginative pleasures, for example, in the preface to Lyrical Ballads, where he speaks of "the pleasure which the mind derives from the perception of similitude in dissimilitude [or dissimilitude in similitude].
It is the similitude rather than the dissimilitude between poet and valley-dweller that Wordsworth emphasizes.