- v. Simple past tense and past participle of compare.
“Xe a gender neutral pronoun for any readers unfamiliar with the term compared the gender binary to dividing fruit into only two categories.”
“How is President Obama doing at this point in his term compared to the two presidents right before him?”
“President Obama even plead his case to the Republican minorities a few days into his term compared to Bush who only did it twice in eight years.”
“Perhaps more significant is the way in which Insomniac Games has upped the scope and pacing of the title compared to the fairly monotonous slog which was the first”
“Technically, Hemingway offered Dietrich a dehortation, a rarely used but quite proper English term compared to an exhortation, which attempts to persuade people to do something, a dehortation is an attempt to dissuade people from a course of action.”
“What would be nice for the Dems to do is have some press releases comparing what they have done this term compared to what the GOP did in the last couple of terms.”
“I actually love this title compared to Live Free or Die Hard, and I admit I didn't when I first heard it, now though I think it's spot on.”
“There being very few new boys this term compared with last, he found himself by no means neglected in his walks abroad, and it required all his wariness to elude the gins and pitfalls prepared for him.”
“If you compare what he has accomplished in just one term compared to many of his fellow Senators from both parties who have been there for years, it becomes obvious.”
“The Galaxy defense has solidified considerably this term compared to the traffic cone setup they had working last season.”
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