similarity

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From French similarité.

Morphologically similar +‎ -ity

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similarity (countable and uncountable, plural similarities)

  1. Closeness of appearance to something else.
  2. (philosophy) The relation of sharing properties.
    • 1858-1860, Sir William Hamilton, Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic
      Hardly is there a similarity detected between two or three facts, than men hasten to extend it to all.
  3. (mathematics) A transformation that preserves angles and the ratios of distances

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