from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- intransitive verb To make an analogy of or concerning.
- intransitive verb To reason by or use analogy.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To explain by analogy; exhibit resemblance between.
- To make use of analogy; be analogous.
- Also spelled
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb To employ, or reason by, analogy.
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- verb To express as an
- verb To treat one thing as
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- verb make an analogy
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Again, its because I had the "advantage" of working in banking and saw this coming, but I kind of analogize it to being in the 101st Airborne during the
Not to analogize to much but Columbus did not build a new type of craft to sail the Atlantic but instead used what was available.
Your efforts to analogize the modern Tea Party movement to the American Revolution might be more persuasive if you would get the history right.
Already any attempts to analogize the philosophy or aggravations that lead to the previous tea party with the current tea party miss the point and significance of the modern uprising.
If I had to take the position that the results were consistent with the thought that conservatives have “better” (meaning better outcomes based on this article) than democrats and had to explain this article, I would probably analogize the result to an economics of charity paper I read.
I analogize the situation to an injured player who consults a surgeon for advice.
This, he felt, was an offensive effort on the part of Pelosi and Lewis to analogize themselves to the civil rights movement:
It is a logical fallacy to analogize the embodiment of climate theory and processes (i.e., climate software) as scientific instruments.
From trademark, the Abercrombie spectrum: self consciously about words; courts try to analogize when dealing with other visual symbols or sounds, or throw up their hands and say never mind, secondary meaning is required.
We cannot analogize a 21st century society that permits private discrimination and prohibits government discrimination with the Jim Crow south because the later was institutionalized by government discrimination.