Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An equal; a match.

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Examples

  • According to food forum sans pareil egullet.com, such tartes fall into two main camps – custard-based, as in the Roux version, and curd-based, as championed by Parisian pâtissier extraordinaire Pierre Hermé.

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  • Goldstein mostly shrugged, in his wise "Plus ça change plus c'est pareil." way.

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  • To say that pols have little vision of their future other than their own re-election is an understatement non-pareil. kert

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  • Ranged in their leadership phalanx are L.K. Advani, a strongman over eighty years old who has led the party to two successive general election defeats but who refuses to go quietly into the sunset, Narendra Modi, whose ability to polarize the nation is sans pareil, and new party boss, Nitin Gadkari, whose manner of speaking is an embarrassment to his own colleagues.

    Sunil Sharan: Shunned, Will He Bolt?

  • The correct expression is: "Plus ça change, plus c'est pareil."

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  • Advani, a strongman over eighty years old who has led the party to two successive general election defeats but who refuses to go quietly into the sunset, Narendra Modi, whose ability to polarize the nation is sans pareil, and new party boss, Nitin Gadkari, whose manner of speaking is an embarrassment to his own colleagues.

    Sunil Sharan: Shunned, Will He Bolt?

  • Once, at the supermarket, I had to ask another shopper about the difference (for a recipe) and she kindly reassured me "c'est pareil" (it's the same thing).

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  • Bertrand Bouchez 8 months ago popopopop ça va les gars sinon ? parce que faut quand même être super perché pour pondre un truc pareil !

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  • As it is said in French "Plus ça change, plus c'est pareil" (The more things change, the more they remain the same!)

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  • There you go again with that non-pareil Sargent evenhandedness.

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