- 1Lack of variety; uniformity or monotony: there is a sameness about all the political parties the saccharin sameness of each numberMore example sentences
similarity, uniformity, resemblance, likeness, alikeness, similitude, closeness, comparability, correspondence, indistinguishability, consistency, equality, equalness, parity, equivalence, interchangeability, parallelism; monotony, changelessness, invariability, standardization, lack of variety, tedium, tediousness, routine, routineness, humdrum, predictability, repetition, duplication• archaic semblanceidentity, identicalness, oneness, selfsameness, congruity, congruence
- Especially on the PGA Tour, the tournament venues are largely an ocean of sameness.
- At a convention noted less for its retail bleakness than its product sameness.
- Unfortunately, the album's cumulative effect is a feeling of sameness in its raw compositional matter.
- 1.1The quality of being the same; identity or similarity: sameness of meaning across different languagesMore example sentences
- Quite simply, the cultural politics surrounding the distribution of difference (sameness).
- Such events remind us of the sameness of our human destiny, the fragility of our existence.
- There's a numbing sameness to life now, everything's kind of toned down.