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(much) of a muchness

Definition of much of a muchness in English:

informal Very similar: the polls looked much of a muchness but concealed politically crucial variations
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  • The contestants for Miss World are a bit of a muchness but Miss Moldova, Elena Daniliciuc, wins in the Triumphant Hat category.
  • Coun Peter Roberts said: ‘I'm happy that a document has come forward but it still seems much of a muchness and there's nothing different.’
  • Well, up to a point, all are much of a muchness as they all use the same components.
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