Origin of analogous
Examples from the Web for analogously
Analogously, it is sought by metageometricians to prove in like manner the possibility of rotation about a plane.The Mystery of Space|Robert T. Browne
Analogously, he who is born good and instinctively does good deeds, deriving pleasure from them, deserves no praise.Pedagogical Anthropology|Maria Montessori
Analogously he may be spoken of, in the passage under discussion, as having a beard bright as gold and so on.
Analogously the sentence 'there the king is going' implicitly means that the king together with his retinue is going there.
Analogously we may speak of the seven seven-rishis, where again the compound denotes a class of beings merely, not their number.
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Word Origin for analogous
Word Origin and History for analogously
1640s, from Latin analogus, from Greek analogos "proportionate, according to due proportion" (see analogy).