Nobody should doubt that the country is in an economic fix, but what is that compared with being shelled through the night?
compared to the high-order explosives he witnessed in the Army, dry ice bombs are barely a threat.
Their most popular videos get around 300,000 views, compared to the millions that sites like PornHub and PornTube can garner.
However, compared to some nations, America has arguably had it very easy.
And on a monthly basis, prices in every one of the large cities in the 20-city index were up in June compared with May.
Its social life is infinitely complex, as compared with the rural village.
Little enough, lady, compared with those who were my teachers.
compared with you, John Manners, there is no other fool in this world.
Our journey must now be compared to the descent from cloud-land in a balloon.
They might be compared to the reapers in Homer, cutting down the corn in all directions.
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."