Definition of Comparableness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being comparable; comparability. ¹

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Definition of Comparableness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Comparableness

company sergeant major
company store
company time
company town
company union
comparable function
comparable functions
comparable to(p)
comparable with(p)
comparable worth
comparableness (current term)
comparative anatomist
comparative anatomy
comparative case
comparative cases
comparative degree

Literary usage of Comparableness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1918)
"... in relation to the transformation of portions of the woody cylinder into a parenchymatous segment. Concerning the comparableness of woody types like ..."

2. Old Testament History by George Woosung Wade (1903)
"... and in it particular prominence is given to His supremacy and in- comparableness, and to His exclusive claim upon the devotion of Israel (x. 17, vi. 4). ..."

3. Philosophy of Conduct: A Treatise of the Facts, Principles, and Ideals of Ethics by George Trumbull Ladd (1902)
"... that, where quantitative comparisons are at all pos- ible one needs always to bear in mind a certain qualitative in- comparableness between passions and ..."

4. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1907)
"After careful analysis and allowances for local conditions, difference of rotations, etc., which might vitiate comparableness, the following results appear ..."

5. Manual of Empirical Psychology as an Inductive Science: A Text-book for High by Gustav Adolf Lindner (1889)
"To the groups of concepts belong especially perceptions of individual things, whose characteristics, however, on account of their non-comparableness, ..."

6. Outlines of the Philosophy of Religion: Dictated Portions of the Lectures of by Hermann Lotze (1886)
"For although this comparableness of theirs seems like a single select case from among many in contrast with the empty possibilities which we might be able ..."

7. Photometrical Measurements and Manual for the General Practice of Photometry by Wilbur Morris Stine (1900)
"The most noticeable fact brought out by these results is the lack of comparableness of filaments under any one set of conditions. ..."

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