Definition of simular
1. similar [ a ] marked by correspondence or resemblance
Examples: "similar food at similar prices" "problems similar to mine" "they wore similar coats"
(The Atlanta Constitution...)
A similar resolution passed in the Senate by a vote of 29 - 5 .
(The Dallas Morning News,...)
When the shouting ended , the bill passed , 114 to 4 , sending it to the Senate , where a similar proposal is being sponsored by Sen._George_Parkhouse of Dallas .
(The New York Times,...)
Four years later he resigned to take a similar job with the Green_Bay_Packers .
(Mr. America, 4:6...)
Super-Set No. 2 is made_up of similar exercises , but this time done with dumbbells , and using both `` moon '' and flat_benches .
(Harry H. Hull, "The Normal Forces and Their Ther...)
There is one exception to the above statement as has been pointed_out , and that is that fluids can relax by flowing into fields of lower rates of shear , so the statement should be modified by stating that the mechanics are similar .Synonyms similar Related Terms dissimilar corresponding analogous quasi akin semi siamese connatural confusable same similarity
2. similar [ a ] having the same or similar characteristics
Examples: "all politicians are alike" "they looked utterly alike" "friends are generally alike in background and taste"
(Bell I. Wiley, "Home Letters of Johnny Reb and Billy...)
In a similar vein , but writing from the opposite side , Thomas_Taylor , a private in the 6_th Alabama_Volunteers , in a letter to his wife , stated : `` You know that my heart is with you but I never could have been satisfied to have staid at home when my country is invaded by a thievin foe By a set of cowardly Skunks whose Motto is Booty .
(Gibson Winter, The Suburban Captivity of the...)
Religious faith can be considered a necessary condition of membership in a congregation , since the decision to join a worshiping group requires some motive force , but faith is not a sufficient condition for joining ; the presence of other members of similar social and economic level is the sufficient condition .
The task of a congregation would be defined , according to economic integration , as the work of co-opting individuals and families of similar social and economic position to replenish the nuclear core of the congregation .
Missionary outreach by friendly contact looks somewhat different when one reflects on what is known about friendly contact in metropolitan neighborhoods ; the majority of such contacts are with people of similar social and economic position ; association by level of achievement is the dominant principle of informal relations .
The inner life of congregations will prosper so_long as like-minded people of similar social and economic level can fraternize together ; the outer life of congregations - the suitability of the environment to their survival - will be propitious so_long as the people in the area are of the same social and economic level as the membership .Synonyms similar alike like Related Terms unalike likeness
3. similar [ a ] (of words) expressing closely related meaningsSynonyms similar Related Terms synonymous
4. similar [ a ] capable of replacing or changing places with something else
Examples: "interchangeable parts"
5. similar [ a ] capable of replacing or changing places with something else
Examples: "interchangeable parts"
6. similar [ a ] resembling or similar; having the same or some of the same characteristics; often used in combination
Examples: "suits of like design" "a limited circle of like minds" "as like as two peas in a pod" "doglike devotion" "a dreamlike quality"
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