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alike having similarity; comparable. [1/2 definitions]
antimatter in physics, matter having particles comparable to those of common matter, but with opposite electrical charges or magnetic characteristics.
coast guard a comparable organization performing similar tasks for another nation. [1/2 definitions]
dame (cap.) in Britain, a woman's title comparable to knight; formerly, the title of the wife of a knight or baronet. [1/3 definitions]
differential in comparable things, a difference in cost, pay, quality, or the like. [1/8 definitions]
door a comparable opening or means of access or entry into vehicles or furniture. [1/5 definitions]
Gaul an ancient region of Europe, now comprising France and parts of surrounding countries, or a comparable sector of the ancient Roman Empire. [1/2 definitions]
gold something comparable to gold in being regarded as beautiful, desirable, valuable, or the like. [2/11 definitions]
hara-kiri a self-destructive action, comparable to suicide in its devastating effects. [1/2 definitions]
impressionism comparable movements in literature, poetry, and music that sought to render subjective impressions and moods through evocative harmonies, associations, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
mid-size a size comparable to medium; neither large nor small, as a car or certain furnishings.
noncomparable combined form of comparable.
nuclear fission the splitting of an atomic nucleus into lighter fragments, usu. two of comparable mass, with an accompanying release of energy, as in the explosion of an atomic bomb.
solicitor general a law officer of comparable rank in several U.S. states and Great Britain. [1/2 definitions]
stone's throw a short distance, comparable to the distance that a stone may be thrown.
synapsis in the early stage of meiosis, the side-by-side pairing of comparable male and female chromosomes. [1/2 definitions]
tenor an instrument, such as a saxophone, with a range comparable to this voice. [1/7 definitions]