unlikeness

NOUN
  1. dissimilarity evidenced by an absence of likeness
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How To Use unlikeness In A Sentence

  • This means that ‘apparently distant’ forms of life imbricate deeply because the same ontological mechanisms responsible for anthropogenesis treat nonhuman forms of life as similarly negative in their unlikeness to human life.
  • This fond affection of clever women for fools can be explained only by the law of unlikeness which mostly governs sexual unions in physical matters; and its appearance in the story gives novelty and point. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Despite his unlikeness to the portrait which the newspaper have been printed, I recognize him immediately.
  • But tell me, Zeno, do you not further think that there is an idea of likeness in itself, and another idea of unlikeness, which is the opposite of likeness, and that in these two, you and I and all other things to which we apply the term many, participate-things which participate in likeness become in that degree and manner like; and so far as they participate in unlikeness become in that degree unlike, or both like and unlike in the degree in which they participate in both? The PARMENIDES
  • In the end, West, in his disproportionate emphasis on sex, promotes a pansexualist tendency that ties all important human and indeed supernatural activity back to sex without the necessary dissimilitudo [unlikeness]. Mary Victrix
  • Antioch (341), adding explanations against the "unlikeness" of the The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
  • You mean being and not being, and likeness and unlikeness, and same and different, and one and any other number they have.
  • But tell me, Zeno, do you not further think that there is an idea of likeness in itself, and another idea of unlikeness, which is the opposite of likeness, and that in these two, you and I and all other things to which we apply the term many, participate -- things which participate in likeness become in that degree and manner like; and so far as they participate in unlikeness become in that degree unlike, or both like and unlike in the degree in which they participate in both? Parmenides
  • Reviewed the test of Mental Health Checking which are very much , but that have emphasize particularly on unlikeness and have localization for checking in great range.
  • But all I experience are the symptoms of withdrawal from the self I have labored a lifetime to create -- what the medieval Cistercians called "the land of unlikeness" hiding the true self that Scripture says is created in God's image. Retreat Into Silence
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