titties would be weird if one was not similar to the other
by Float September 8, 2003
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Relating to a past contextual non-identical resemblance of one point of conversation to another.
Xavier: "I can't believe some of the top American homed companies are still developing their products overseas."

Johnny: "Just think, there are a few thousand American citizens we could use to fulfill those positions. Of course not cheaply; nonetheless, giving employment opportunities and stimulating the economy somewhat."

... (later on in the conversation) ...

Xavier: "From the public's eye, you perceptually look bad when you outsource. Plus as you SIMILARIZED, it screws innocent Americans out of jobs!"
by Steven Beger June 9, 2010
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When someone's face looks so much like his asshole that his intestines don't know which way to pump the shit.
Dude, you got a bad case of similarity!
by Monkdunker August 26, 2003
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Our arguments were similar but not quite the same. Yours was that the choice was rendered arbitrary by the thing. Mine was that it was inherently arbitrary due the immutability of desirable traits. Like, if you have the things everyone wants then who you give it to is arbitrary. And mine was better. Because I'm a genius. 🤷
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1: Two words or more that sound the same but have completely different meanings.

2: A remark meaning that one person has the same thoughts/feelings as the other.
1: Base-an easily aquired drug if you go to the right places and don't get caught. Druggie:That is some good base, man...
Bass-lower frequency of sound. DJ: Turn that bass up and get dem beats pumpin'...

2:#1-Hey man, i'm broke till friday, could yeh lend us a tenner?
#2-Similar spellings dude, i'm brassic too.
by Stevie RC July 22, 2005
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The art of re-phrasing text or re-naming common objects by changing the words and components of words to synonyms or antonyms.
according to the rules of similar nomenclature Microsoft become Macrohard, ETC
by M. Athens March 7, 2005
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