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dissimilar

dis·sim·i·lar / disˈsimilər/ • adj. not alike; different: a collection of dissimilar nations lacking overall homogeneity | the pleasures of the romance novel are not dissimilar from those of the chocolate bar. DERIVATIVES: dis·sim·i·lar·i·ty / -ˌsiməˈlaritē/ n. dis·sim·i·lar·ly adv.

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dissimilar

dissimilar XVII. f. DIS- 7 + SIMILAR, after L. dissimilis.
So dissimilation XIX; after assimilation, dissimilitude XV. — L.

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