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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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This means that knowledge is at the same time and indistinguishably possession of truth and a striving for deeper insight.
Currently, transactions for the use, distribution, and sale of intellectual property are recorded indistinguishably under charges for the use of intellectual property in BEA's trade in services statistics.
DISCOVERING A SOVIET-ERA RELIC A BLINDING sunrise allows us to fully appreciate hazy views from Kapp Linne's shoreline, with waves of wind-sculpted snow rolling indistinguishably into the sea.
(122) The dissent even invited the reader "to peruse at random any number of the 167,250 uses of 'information' in the COCA and assess whether the term was reasonably used and understood as indistinguishably referring to true and false information." (123) Ultimately, the dissent concluded that the plain meaning of the word "information" does not include false statements, (124) so the statute allowed the State to use the false statements in its obstruction-of-justice case against the three officers.
Unlike the works downstairs, these were made of real industrial waste, and the assemblages blended indistinguishably into the genuine building works around the perimeter walls.
Jyotindra Jain observes that this period saw the rise of a "new and enchanting inter-visuality, predominantly governed by the emergent cinematic aesthetic that reconceptualized mythological calendar imagery, god posters, and magazine covers" and "brought into the market scores of artists whose styles were often indistinguishably intermingled." (11) The circulation of images from the filmic imagination to daily lives of people and things in the market was one of the most resilient effects of film advertising and publicity.
in oracle-bone inscriptions after all, but written indistinguishably
(2) "L2" will refer indistinguishably to both a second or foreign language in this study, that is, a language other than the students' L1 or native tongue.
Gastroparesis and delayed gastric emptying are two terms often used indistinguishably which has caused considerable perplexity in the clinical settings1.
Results on Simulated Data Simulated information give quantitative measures to think about the execution of various calculations author produce the test set in view of the technique that generatsaXm of length and t indistinguishably appropriated successions of length; then embed a random Xm example to a random position in each of the chose groupings.
Turing proposed that a program can be deemed intelligent if it can perform indistinguishably from a human in conversation (Floridi, 2012).
In our country, the employment rate was 64.8% in 2012, fell almost indistinguishably to 64.7% in 2013 and the year 2014 was that of 65.7%.
Shrestha's repeating the cliche that "this society has indistinguishably mixed Hindu and Buddhist practices" is unfortunate when his own study shows that this is not true even in Sankhu itself or across the Valley; for many Newars, being distinctly Buddhist or Hindu decidedly is important (31).
Lack of confidence in an examiner's rating of the most-fixated motion segment might have resulted from either not finding any motion segment significantly fixated, or alternatively due to having found multiple segments significantly but indistinguishably fixated.