Commeasure Com*meas"ure, v. t. To be commensurate with; to equal. --Tennyson. [1913 Webster]

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  • commeasure — [kəm mezh′ər, kəmmezh′ər] vt. commeasured, commeasuring to equal in measure or extent commeasurable adj …   English World dictionary

  • commeasure — /keuh mezh euhr/, v.t., commeasured, commeasuring. to equal in measure or extent; be coextensive with. [1605 15; COM + MEASURE] * * * …   Universalium

  • commeasure — com·mea·sure …   English syllables

  • commeasure — /kəˈmɛʒə/ (say kuh mezhuh) verb (t) (commeasured, commeasuring) to equal in measure; be coextensive with …   Australian English dictionary

  • commeasure — zhə(r) transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: com + measure : to be commensurate with : equal …   Useful english dictionary

  • equal — adj 1. coequal, equipotent, equipollent; on equal or even terms, on the same footing, on a par with; identical, selfsame, alike, homogeneous, of a piece, of a kind, cast in the same mold; interchangeable, all one, all the same, much the same,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • equalize — [v] make the same; balance adjust, commeasure, communize, compare, coordinate, democratize, emulate, equal, equate, establish, even, even up, handicap, level, match, parallel, regularize, rival, smooth, socialize, square, standardize, trim;… …   New thesaurus

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