How to use dissimilarity in a sentence
The similarities between us and Zuckerberg are actually greater than the dissimilarities.
The dissimilarities—including the most important of them all, the financing mechanism—interested virtually nobody.
It was impossible not to be struck by the similarities, and the dissimilarities, between them.
From age to ethnicity to unhealthy habits, dissimilarities between spouses increase divorce risks.
A good deal might be said of the dissimilarities between Bburs diction and that of the Fragment.The Bbur-nma in English | Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
Here we are everywhere beset by diversities, multiplicities and dissimilarities.The Mystery of Space | Robert T. Browne
These dissimilarities exist between individuals down to the lowest of our sensations.How to Read the Crystal | Sepharial
The dissimilarities that are inferred from peculiarities of physical form are neutralised by undeniable affinities of speech.The Ethnology of Europe | Robert Gordon Latham
Where there are more than one of the same man, they invite comparison to notice their accordances or their dissimilarities.Wintering in the Riviera | William Miller
British Dictionary definitions for dissimilarity
a point or instance of difference
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