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Usage examples for equate

  1. Many subjects equate the inability to open the eyes with hypnosis. – A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis by Melvin Powers
  2. To what you call the hag- ridden moron jittering out of sight in your mind, so many things equate to a threat to survival. – The Short Life by Francis Donovan
  3. Now as attention is parallel to the condition of the motor centres, we are able to equate expectation and automatic movement. – The Psychology of Beauty by Ethel D. Puffer
  4. It is impossible to equate the unequal. – Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema by Sam Vaknin
  5. It has not yet been found practicable to measure, sum up, and equate the total influence of the forest, its processes and its products, dead and living, upon temperature, and investigators differ much in their conclusions on this subject. – The Earth as Modified by Human Action by George P. Marsh
  6. There is something roughly corresponding to these groupings in both systems, but they do not actually equate – Folklore as an Historical Science by George Laurence Gomme
  7. Most students of hypnosis equate the phenomenon of amnesia with the somnambulistic state. – A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis by Melvin Powers
  8. If I am a clinician, then " how" I am in the health- nursing situation would equate to " clinical." – Humanistic-Nursing by Paterson, Josephine G.
  9. Time and space began to equate with an exciting synonymity. – The Instant of Now by Irving E. Cox, Jr.
  10. How superstitious he was to equate the wind with a specter and yet he did it nonetheless. – An Apostate: Nawin of Thais by Steven Sills
  11. We can estimate the value of the elements which equate in any number of examples, and the value of the elements which diverge; and by noting how these values differ in the various examples we shall discover the extent of the overlapping of example with example, which is of the utmost importance. – Folklore as an Historical Science by George Laurence Gomme
  12. One could not equate human ethics with the ethics of the Cytha. – The World That Couldn't Be by Clifford Donald Simak
  13. On the contrary, if the highly speculative business of guessing the probable circulation of a novel ever becomes yours, then you must doubly emphasize the importance of these very qualities; search for them, analyze them out of the narrative, equate them with the tendencies of the times, the new emotions stirring, the new interests, new thoughts abroad, and then pick best sellers in advance. – Definitions by Henry Seidel Canby
  14. I answered, " This described would equate to clinical." – Humanistic-Nursing by Paterson, Josephine G.
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