1. become dissimilar by changing the sound qualities
    These consonants dissimilate
  2. become dissimilar or less similar
    These two related tribes of people gradually dissimilated over time
  3. make dissimilar; cause to become less similar
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How To Use dissimilate In A Sentence

  • Such as capitalism have pushed a lot of oppression on human, enthrall the spirits, dissimilate the daily life, and technology dominate the human beings.
  • These consonants dissimilate
  • The name Dobree is a Guernsey spelling of d'Aubray, Lat. arboretum, which was dissimilated (Chapter The Romance of Names
  • And whenever it becomes like and unlike it must be assimilated and dissimilated? The PARMENIDES
  • Robert Blust in this journal in 1996 drew attention to a process in a number of widely separated Oceanic languages in which the first a of an aCa sequence dissimilates to a higher vowel.
  • These two related tribes of people gradually dissimilated over time
  • Some of it has to do with modeling and being able to dissimilate hardware in the loop work which is really being able to model with hardware without using the hardware. SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page
  • The Waitt Institute has set up a Web site - searchforamelia. org - to dissimilate data collected during the expedition. Tcpalm.com Stories
  • Researcher found out that there were some dissimilate phenomena such as mechanization that lead children losing interest in art activity.
  • Microsoft's right to protect its private property interferes with a hacker's right to free speech, i.e. to dissimilate pirated copies of Windows 7. Seth Engel: How Tom Cruise Is Stealing Your Liberty
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