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1. regularity

noun. ['ˌrɛgjəˈlɛrəti'] a property of polygons: the property of having equal sides and equal angles.

Synonyms

  • balance
  • symmetricalness
  • symmetry
  • correspondence

Antonyms

  • dissimilarity
  • inconsistency
  • nonuniformity
  • heterogeneity

Etymology

  • regularite (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

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Rhymes with Regularity

  • unfamiliarity
  • peculiarity
  • popularity
  • familiarity
  • solidarity
  • similarity
  • prosperity
  • dexterity
  • sincerity
  • posterity
  • disparity
  • barbarity
  • temerity
  • polarity
  • hilarity
  • celerity
  • clarity
  • verity
  • rarity
  • parity
  • geraghty

How do you pronounce regularity?

Pronounce regularity as ˌrɛgjəˈlɛrəti.

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Sentences with regularity


1. Noun, singular or mass
Testing your laptop's fan is important and easy enough that you should do it with some regularity.

Quotes about regularity


1. The work of art, just like any fragment of human life considered in its deepest meaning, seems to me devoid of value if it does not offer the hardness, the rigidity, the regularity, the luster on every interior and exterior facet, of the crystal.
- Pope Paul VI

2. Whenever explaining an event, we must choose from three competing modes of explanation. These are regularity, chance, and design... To attribute an event to design is to say that it cannot reasonably be referred to either regularity or chance.
- William A. Dembski, The Design Inference: Eliminating Chance Through Small Probabilities

2. regularity

noun. ['ˌrɛgjəˈlɛrəti'] the quality of being characterized by a fixed principle or rate.

Synonyms

  • irregular
  • regular
  • even spacing
  • quality
  • invariability
  • methodicalness
  • evenness
  • orderliness
  • cyclicity
  • steadiness
  • periodicity

Antonyms

  • irregular
  • regular
  • unsteadiness
  • variability
  • unevenness

Etymology

  • regularite (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
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