Definition of sameness in English:

sameness

Line breaks: same|ness
Pronunciation: /ˈseɪmnəs
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1Lack of variety; uniformity or monotony: there is a sameness about all the political parties the saccharin sameness of each number
More example sentences
  • 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.
Synonyms
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 semblance
identity, identicalness, oneness, selfsameness, congruity, congruence
1.1The quality of being the same; identity or similarity: sameness of meaning across different languages
More 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.

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