- same here,
- same old story, the,
- same to you,
Origin of sameness
Examples from the Web for sameness
Such photos generally blur into the sameness of routine, but this particular one is unexpectedly stirring.
There is, from year to year, a sameness to the dire threats from Pyongyang.North Korea Threatens War, and South Korea Wants Revenge|Gordon G. Chang|April 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But eventually that commitment to ubiquity and sameness killed the company.
But Sanchez is optimistic about his future, which is a good sign for the media, which needs a shock to its sameness.
All this sameness in diversity disappears when we turn to theology.Religion and Theology: A Sermon for the Times|John Tulloch
The consequence is that there is a sameness about them which becomes at last distasteful.Modern Women and What is Said of Them|Anonymous
To this we reply: 'On account of the sameness of name and form.'The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Sankaracarya|Translator: George Thibaut
Indistinct′ness, Indistinc′tion, confusion: absence of distinction, sameness.
It was in the young curve of her cheeks, the blue of her eyes, and a sameness of rounded proportions, that the resemblance lay.Mountain Blood|Joseph Hergesheimer