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Synonyms for analogize

make an analogy


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Poirot analogizes each of these conundrums to a labor of another legend, Hercules.
Varl analogizes herself with a Luna moth, creating her own cocoon physically and literally, making a dress embroidered with her words--the actual poems themselves, in which to conceal and protect her developing womanhood from her master's "love" as well as a venue for her forbidden ideas.
Scottish director Ken Loach, for instance, analogizes the filmmaker-critic pairing as "the relationship between a lamppost and a dog.
Jane analogizes this to the harsh treatment that people of color experience on a daily basis.
Amy Denver symbolically underscores Sethe's relationship to the broader community of enslaved people as she analogizes Sethe to a drowned man: "'Well I was just fishing there and a nigger floated right by me.
The pat answers of revealed religions and syllogistic-reasoning addicts are anathema to Novarina, struck as he is by the diversity, inventiveness, and motility of the human mind, ergo theater, which he analogizes to both a zoo and a circus.
As the interpolations suggest, Ferko analogizes Mary's grief over the loss of her Son with the modern heartache of parents losing children to war, drugs, suicide, and hatred.
Ferrara analogizes this use of DNA testing to fingerprinting.
In turn, Grassby presents his findings in a form he analogizes to the anthropologist's "thick description," backed up by the occasional table or figure where it is possible to quantify or at least to estimate as, for instance, in the highly revealing table (p.
He analogizes his effort to Shakespearean criticism.
Consequently, the Service analogizes the home delivery agent's services to those performed by a delivery person who delivers merchandise and is compensated on a "piecework" basis for each package delivered.
Professor Mayer analogizes this to the western notion of not considering equality as inclusive of children's rights.
Diamond Multimedia maintains its stance that the Rio is not a recording device and analogizes the RIAA's claim to outlawing ink jet printers because an individual may print out a personal copy of a newspaper article from a website.