Definition of dissimilarly in English:

dissimilarly

adverb

See dissimilar

  • ‘Not dissimilarly, this mechanical device has revolutionized, no pun intended, the experience of dining out.’
  • ‘Football clubs used a brace of strikers not dissimilarly.’
  • ‘A junction between dissimilarly doped semiconductor layers sets up a potential barrier in the cell, which separates the light-generated charge carriers.’
  • ‘Third, the measures of recovery include a number of arbitrary limits that cause persons dissimilarly disadvantaged to receive essentially the same benefits.’
  • ‘Not so dissimilarly, the protagonist of It's A Good Life collects cartoons and books of cartoons.’