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Synonyms for indistinguishable

identical to

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  • identical to
  • the same as
  • cut from the same cloth as
  • like as two peas in a pod to

Synonyms for indistinguishable

Synonyms for indistinguishable

exactly alike

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not capable of being distinguished or differentiated

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Transgender children are reporting gender identities indistinguishable from nontransgender children," says Eaton.
As Roberts wrote, saying that searching cell-phone data is indistinguishable from searching physical items is 'like saying a ride on horseback is materially indistinguishable from a flight to the moon.
Data gathered suggested that smaller footprints from the Valtos Sandstone and Kilmaluag formations on Skye were indistinguishable from those in the Sundance Formation in Wyoming.
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In October the Minnesota Association for Nonsmokers declared that "just thirty seconds of exposure to secondhand smoke can make coronary artery function of non-smokers indistinguishable from [that of] smokers.
Unfortunately, despite the action-adventure appeal and an accessible plot, this is also a complex universe with a large cast of secondary characters that are frequently indistinguishable from one another.
Because indistinguishable isolates were collected from the owner and the infected cat, MRSA likely was transmitted between species in the household.
Previously developed vaccines trigger antibodies that are indistinguishable from those caused by an infection.
The Theater League tour that continues its three-city Southern California leg in Long Beach and Pasadena is virtually indistinguishable from the company that first visited UCLA's Royce Hall in late 2002.
At a time when public art is rightly coming under increased scrutiny, hopefully putting an end to the mutual disservice that is dealt by the assumption that 'art' can be bought in to improve 'architecture', with this initiative the boundaries between the arts were virtually indistinguishable.
If Stephen Harper is vulnerable to criticism it is not that he is a cold fish; rather it is that, on his watch, the Conservative Party has become an almost indistinguishable clone of the Liberal Party.
In fact, the open secret is that the low quality of many surveillance systems means that a lot of crimes don't get solved quickly from visual evidence; the features of people captured by cameras are often indistinguishable and the standard 1-frame-per-second video capture rate can miss much fast motion.
Some activities may remain pure business and some pure technology, but most intertwine and the two become indistinguishable.
More problematic still is the fact that the songs are hookless, almost indistinguishable dirges, resulting in a work with limited cult appeal rather than a bona fide hit.
Now, what was once the crowning glory of a grand lobby has been duplicated with fiberglass-reinforced plaster castings, which are visually indistinguishable from the soaring original ceiling in the classic style of the 1920s.