- a marked by correspondence or resemblance
similar food at similar prices
problems similar to mine
they wore similar coats
- a having the same or similar characteristics
- a resembling or similar; having the same or some of the same characteristics; often used in combination
- s (of words) expressing closely related meanings
- s capable of replacing or changing places with something else; permitting mutual substitution without loss of function or suitability
- A convenient, non-threatening way to connect to other people who share similar interests and live nearby.
- The more homogeneous a population is, he believed, the more similar its members' genetic profiles, which translates to similar risk for certain diseases and similar reactions to .
- But the study also suggests that these residents weren't moving out of their neighborhoods at a disproportionately higher rate than from similar neighborhoods that didn't gentrify.
- Oliver Stone in San Francisco Chronicle
Stone told Daily Variety, "Bush" is "a behind-the-scenes approach, similar to Nixon," to give a sense of what it's like to be in his skin."
- David Stern in ESPN
From David Stern's statement: "Joey Crawford's handling of this situation failed to meet the standards of professionalism and game management we expect of NBA referees," said Stern. "Especially in light of similar prior acts by this official,...
- Vicente del Bosque in The Associated Press
They're very similar to us, players of great technical ability in midfield,Del Bosque said. "Players of great quality and very fast that don't improvise as much as we do, but play a more dangerous direct game. A very dangerous team."