Contrast and Similarity
Opposite meaning words
Contrast noun - The quality or state of being different.
Usage example: the contrast between the two approaches to the problem of overeating could not be greater
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Synonyms for Contrast
Antonyms for Contrast
Similarity is an antonym for contrast in difference topic.
Nearby Words: contrary, contrasting, contrasted, contrastingly
Similarity noun - The quality or state of having many qualities in common.
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Synonyms for Similarity
Antonyms for Similarity
Contrast is an antonym for similarity.
Nearby Words: similar, similarly, similitude, simile
How words are described
|notable||notable contrast||notable similarity|
|obvious||obvious contrast||obvious similarity|
|blatant||blatant contrast||blatant similarity|
|sharp||sharp contrast||sharp similarity|
|Other adjectives: strong, distinct, definite, real, big, extreme, great, striking, incredible, possible, significant, marked, strange, intentional, visual, surprising, startling, aforementioned, stylistic.|
Both words in one sentence
- Writers often use related characters to show variations on a theme: each character or generation can provide similarity and contrast to each other.
Source: The Clan
- The Fullmetal Alchemist manga, by contrast, falls under this trope: the proliferation of Fantasy Counterpart Culture nations implies a great similarity to the real world, but no actual connection is ever made between the two.
Source: Never Was This Universe
- Compare and contrast Wounded Gazelle Gambit: The similarity is that in both tropes, a person uses the role of victimhood to his or her own advantage.
Source: Wounded Gazelle Warcry
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