And compare, as noted up top, to Secretary Clinton, who spent years quietly pushing a modernized Cuba policy.
The new generation of Israeli politicians, they look like dwarves when you compare them.
“They wanted to compare if the insides were as identical as the outside,” Helen explains.
late 14c., from Old French comparer (12c., Modern French comparer), from Late Latin comparare "to liken, to compare" (see comparison). Related: Compared; comparing. To compare notes is from 1708. Phrase without compare (attested from 1620s, but similar phrasing dates to 1530s) seems to be altered by folk etymology from compeer "rival."