Dissimilar [adjective]

Definition of Dissimilar:

not alike; not capable of comparison

Opposite/Antonyms of Dissimilar:

Sentence/Example of Dissimilar:

The comfort theme was a good one, and not dissimilar from the WaPo intro.

It consists of a no-bake chocolate cookie base traditionally made with coconut and nuts, not too dissimilar from the British tiffin.

By contrast, the candidates’ chances of winning Montana don’t go up or down much based on what you tell the interactive to do in Florida and North Carolina because Montana is so dissimilar to them.

The stand was not dissimilar from the NBA and WNBA striking games in August after the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Adobe has more than 20,000 employees around the globe, not dissimilar from many of our peers.

We soon found opportunity for another deed of charity not dissimilar to this, though its result was more auspicious.

And the means they employ to spirit up these creations are not dissimilar to those in use by Mr. Barley.

The train consisted of six long and heavy covered vehicles, not dissimilar in size, strength, and build to army wagons.

While strangely dissimilar in tastes, they yet exhibited many points in common.

These six fragmentary bands are not dissimilar in their habits of living and the state of their advance in agriculture.