Equal and Unlike
Opposite meaning words
Equal adjective - Resembling another in every respect.
Usage example: as far as I can see, except for the high price, the store-brand jacket is equal to the jacket with the designer label
Both words in one sentence
- Unlike Steven and Connie, Pearl clearly did not see Rose as an equal, but somebody greater than her.
Source: Analysis / Steven Universe
- Unlike most modern potrayals of them though, Satan is not God's equal, and is infinitely weaker than God as much as other creations are below him.
Source: Powers That Be
- Unlike Oxford and Cambridge, it was entirely secular and allowed women in on an equal footing with men, inspired by the (then) radical philosophies of Jeremy Bentham.
Source: Start My Own
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