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  • adj. Not identical.


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un- +‎ identical


  • When I first met them, they seemed like unidentical twins.

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  • NEARY: Now, I know you've called these two albums your unidentical twins.

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  • Reid asserts that memory does not have present ideas, but past things for its object, Natorp explains recollection as an identification of the unidentical, of not-now with now.

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  • He was a lovable character, whose charm practically lured many unlikely, intellectually unequal and ideologically unidentical players together.


  • What to look for: Moles with an irregular, scalloped or poorly defined border; moles with unidentical halves; varying shades of color within the mole (including tan or brown, black, white, red and blue).

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  • But often enough the differences can be accounted for by the varied interpretations which are the filtered products of unlike ideological screens and unidentical basic biases.

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  • Alex and I are about as unidentical as it’s possible to be.

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