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analogy the process by which linguistic forms change according to existing patterns, esp. by means of comparison. [1/5 definitions]
comparable able to be compared; deserving comparison. [1/2 definitions]
comparative of or involving comparison. [4/5 definitions]
compare comparison. [1/5 definitions]
contrast to show a difference or differences on comparison. [1/7 definitions]
control to assure the validity of by providing a means of comparison, esp. in scientific research. [2/9 definitions]
dwarf to cause to appear small, by being huge in comparison. [1/7 definitions]
even to a greater degree (used as an intensive in a comparison). [1/17 definitions]
incommensurable lacking a common standard of measurement or comparison.
incommensurate lacking a common basis of comparison. [1/2 definitions]
incomparable not suitable for comparison; dissimilar. [1/2 definitions]
intercomparison combined form of comparison.
juxtapose to bring together for the purpose of side-by-side comparison or contrast.
measure to ascertain the value, strength, or quality of by comparison with a standard. [1/14 definitions]
model a standard that is suitable for or worthy of imitation or comparison. [2/12 definitions]
overshadow to diminish in comparison. [1/2 definitions]
positive in grammar, denoting the form of adjectives and adverbs that shows no comparison. (Cf. comparative, superlative.) [1/13 definitions]
put to shame to make (someone or something) appear inadequate by comparison. [1/2 definitions]
relatively in comparison to something else.
standard something that is considered to be a model for measurement or comparison or serve as an accepted authority. [2/8 definitions]
superl. abbreviation of "superlative," in grammar, denoting the form of adjectives and adverbs that indicates the highest or most extreme degree of comparison. (Cf. comparative, positive.) [1/2 definitions]