“They wanted to compare if the insides were as identical as the outside,” Helen explains.
And compare, as noted up top, to Secretary Clinton, who spent years quietly pushing a modernized Cuba policy.
compare this country with mostly dark-skinned Brazil, which has had not a single nonwhite Miss Brazil.
Especially if you compare Obama with the campaigns of McCain, and even with Hillary Clinton.
compare the stewardship of this state, which gone through a very tough economy, to the stewardship of other states.
For the formation we may compare American vamose, to skedaddle, from Span.
compare the assistance rendered by the birds to Tini-rau, suprà, p. 286.
compare it in this respect with one of your own narratives in the first person.
With these we may compare Gold-man and Man-gold, the latter of which has given Mangles.
compare the modern housekeeper with the one of half a century ago.
late 14c., from Old French comparer (12c., Modern French comparer), from Late Latin comparare "to liken, to compare" (see comparison). Related: Compared; comparing. To compare notes is from 1708. Phrase without compare (attested from 1620s, but similar phrasing dates to 1530s) seems to be altered by folk etymology from compeer "rival."