comparison comparison  /kəm ˈpɛ rə sən/


  1. (n) the act of examining resemblances
  2. (n) relation based on similarities and differences
  3. (n) qualities that are comparable


  1. Wisconsin Economic Scorecard slips

    By comparison, 61 percent of the residents believed the state was headed in the right direction in the first quarter. The proportion of Wisconsin residents who characterize the state economy as “poor” increased to 23 percent, up from 18 percent last quarter.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Small Business Times

  2. Shane Larkin's Pro Player Comparison

    While interviewing the top draft prospects of the 2013  NBA Draft Scouting Combine, Bleacher Report asked each prospect which NBA player he would compare himself to.  Afterward, we caught up with former Memphis Grizzlies scout Tony  Barone  Jr. to find out his pro player comparison for each prospect and what kind of impact these players will make in the NBA.  Watch now to hear which NBA player ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  3. Adds Broadband, Phone And Digital TV Comparison Service

    Car insurance comparison site has announced the launch of a new broadband, home telephone and digital TV comparison service in collaboration with Simplifydigital
    on June 12, 2013     Source: DigitalBroadcastingcom


  1. "With everything that has happened, obviously with the way Tony played and the comparison between her and Carrie Underwood, I think a lot of people feel she has taken his focus away," Owens said, echoing the chatter on sports-talk radio and...
    on Dec 19, 2007 By: Terrell Owens Source: FOXNews

  2. Contracts written last March guaranteed employees 100 percent of their 2007 bonus amounts for 2008, "despite obvious signs that 2008 performance would be disastrous in comparison to the year before," Cuomo said.
    on Mar 17, 2009 By: Andrew Cuomo Source: FOXNews

  3. "It's just night and day," Orton said about his improvement since last season. "There's really just no comparison between myself and anyone else who's been in this offense for two years."
    on Jun 12, 2010 By: Kyle Orton Source: The Associated Press

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