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- equation
- the act of regarding as equal
- a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal

- accommodation,
- addend,
- adjustment,
- antilogarithm,
- argument,
- balance,
- base,
- binomial,
- characteristic,
- coefficient,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- combination,
- complement,
- congruence,
- constant,
- coordination,
- correspondence,
- cosine,
- cotangent,
- cube,
- decimal,
- denominator,
- derivative,
- determinant,
- difference,
- differential,
- discriminate,
- dividend,
- divisor,
- e,
- equality,
- equalization,
- equalizing,
- equating,
- equilibration,
- equilibrium,
- equipoise,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalence,
- equivalency,
- evening,
- evening up,
- evenness,
- exponent,
- exponential,
- factor,
- formula,
- function,
- i,
- identity,
- increment,
- index,
- integral,
- integration,
- justice,
- levelness,
- likeness,
- matrix,
- minuend,
- multiple,
- multiplier,
- norm,
- numerator,
- par,
- parallelism,
- parameter,
- parity,
- permutation,
- pi,
- poise,
- polynomial,
- power,
- proportion,
- quaternion,
- quotient,
- radical,
- radix,
- reciprocal,
- remainder,
- root,
- secant,
- sine,
- submultiple,
- subtrahend,
- symmetry,
- tangent,
- tensor,
- variable,
- vector,
- versine

- inversion collapse
- the act of turning inside out
- turning upside down; setting on end
- a term formerly used to mean taking on the gender role of the opposite sex
- (counterpoint) a variation of a melody or part in which ascending intervals are replaced by descending intervals and vice versa
- (genetics) a kind of mutation in which the order of the genes in a section of a chromosome is reversed
- the layer of air near the earth is cooler than an overlying layer
- a chemical process in which the direction of optical rotation of a substance is reversed from dextrorotatory to levorotary or vice versa
- abnormal condition in which an organ is turned inward or inside out (as when the upper part of the uterus is pulled into the cervical canal after childbirth) related words >

- differentiation,
- differentness,
- distinctiveness,
- egohood,
- identity,
- individualism,
- individuality,
- integrity,
- nominalism,
- nonconformity,
- oneness,
- particularism,
- particularity,
- personal equation,
- personal identity,
- personality,
- personship,
- self-identity,
- selfhood,
- selfness,
- singularity,
- soul,
- uniqueness

- nominalism collapse
- (philosophy) the doctrine that the various objects labeled by the same term have nothing in common but their name related words >

- differentiation,
- differentness,
- distinctiveness,
- egohood,
- human factor,
- identity,
- individualism,
- individuality,
- integrity,
- nonconformity,
- oneness,
- particularism,
- particularity,
- personal equation,
- personal identity,
- personality,
- personship,
- self-identity,
- selfhood,
- selfness,
- singularity,
- soul,
- uniqueness

- accommodation,
- adjustment,
- changeable,
- commutable,
- commutative,
- convertible,
- coordination,
- equal,
- equalization,
- equating,
- equation,
- equilibration,
- equivalent,
- even,
- evening,
- evening up,
- exchanged,
- give-and-take,
- integration,
- interchangeable,
- interchanged,
- mutual,
- permutable,
- reciprocal,
- reciprocating,
- reciprocative,
- retaliatory,
- returnable,
- standard,
- swapped,
- switched,
- traded,
- transposed

- balance,
- ballast,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- consideration,
- correspondence,
- counterbalance,
- counterpoise,
- counterweight,
- equality,
- equation,
- equilibrium,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalence,
- equivalency,
- equivalent,
- evenness,
- give-and-take,
- identity,
- justice,
- levelness,
- likeness,
- makeweight,
- offset,
- par,
- parallelism,
- parity,
- poise,
- proportion,
- quid pro quo,
- setoff,
- something of value,
- stasis,
- symmetry,
- tit for tat

- evolution collapse
- (biology) the sequence of events involved in the evolutionary development of a species or taxonomic group of organisms related words >

- addition,
- advance,
- approximation,
- beautification,
- change,
- developing,
- development,
- differentiation,
- division,
- elaboration,
- embellishment,
- equation,
- evolvement,
- evolving,
- extrapolation,
- flowering,
- formation,
- growing,
- growth,
- integration,
- interpolation,
- inversion,
- involution,
- maturation,
- multiplication,
- notation,
- perfection,
- phylogeny,
- practice,
- production,
- progress,
- progression,
- proportion,
- reduction,
- refinement,
- ripening,
- seasoning,
- subtraction,
- transformation,
- unfolding,
- upgrowth

- agreement,
- coequality,
- coincidence,
- congruence,
- correspondence,
- differentiation,
- differentness,
- distinctiveness,
- egohood,
- equality,
- equivalence,
- homogeneity,
- homoousia,
- human factor,
- identity,
- indistinguishability,
- individualism,
- individuality,
- integrity,
- no difference,
- nominalism,
- nonconformity,
- oneness,
- particularism,
- particularity,
- personal equation,
- personal identity,
- personality,
- personship,
- sameness,
- self-identity,
- selfhood,
- selfsameness,
- singularity,
- soul,
- synonymity,
- synonymousness,
- synonymy,
- uniqueness,
- unity

- agreement,
- coequality,
- coincidence,
- congruence,
- correspondence,
- differentiation,
- differentness,
- distinctiveness,
- egohood,
- equality,
- equivalence,
- homogeneity,
- homoousia,
- human factor,
- identity,
- indistinguishability,
- individualism,
- individuality,
- integrity,
- no difference,
- nominalism,
- nonconformity,
- oneness,
- particularism,
- particularity,
- personal equation,
- personal identity,
- personality,
- personship,
- sameness,
- selfhood,
- selfness,
- selfsameness,
- singularity,
- soul,
- synonymity,
- synonymousness,
- synonymy,
- uniqueness,
- unity

- differentiation collapse
- the mathematical process of obtaining the derivative of a function
- a discrimination between things as different and distinct; "it is necessary to make a distinction between love and infatuation" related words >

- addition,
- alteration,
- analysis,
- anatomization,
- approximation,
- atomization,
- capriciousness,
- change,
- changeability,
- changeableness,
- characterization,
- choppiness,
- contradistinction,
- dappleness,
- definition,
- demarcation,
- denomination,
- denotation,
- description,
- designation,
- desynonymization,
- deviation,
- difference,
- differencing,
- differentness,
- disclosure,
- discrimination,
- disequalization,
- disjunction,
- disorder,
- distinction,
- distinctiveness,
- distinguishment,
- divarication,
- divergence,
- diversification,
- division,
- egohood,
- equation,
- evolution,
- expression,
- extrapolation,
- fingering,
- hairsplitting,
- hint,
- human factor,
- identification,
- identity,
- inconsistency,
- inconstancy,
- indication,
- indicativeness,
- individualism,
- individuality,
- individualization,
- individuation,
- inequality,
- instability,
- integration,
- integrity,
- interpolation,
- inversion,
- involution,
- irregularity,
- jerkiness,
- manifestation,
- meaning,
- mercuriality,
- microscopic distinction,
- modification,
- motleyness,
- multiplication,
- mutability,
- naming,
- nice distinction,
- nominalism,
- nonconformism,
- nonconformity,
- nonstandardization,
- nonuniformity,
- notation,
- nuance,
- oneness,
- particularism,
- particularity,
- particularization,
- personal equation,
- personal identity,
- personality,
- personalization,
- personship,
- picking out,
- pluralism,
- pointing,
- pointing out,
- pointing to,
- practice,
- proportion,
- raggedness,
- reduction,
- segregation,
- selection,
- self-identity,
- selfhood,
- selfness,
- separation,
- severalization,
- severance,
- shade of difference,
- show,
- showing,
- signification,
- singularity,
- soul,
- specialization,
- specification,
- subtle distinction,
- subtraction,
- suggestion,
- symptomaticness,
- transformation,
- trichoschistism,
- unconformism,
- unconformity,
- unevenness,
- uniqueness,
- unorthodoxy,
- unsteadiness,
- variability,
- variation,
- variegation,
- variety,
- variousness,
- versatility,
- wavering

- evening collapse
- the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall); "he enjoyed the evening light across the lake"
- the early part of night (from dinner until bedtime) spent in a special way; "an evening at the opera"
- a later concluding time period; "it was the evening of the Roman Empire" related words >

- accommodation,
- adjustment,
- afternoon,
- balancing,
- close of day,
- cockshut,
- coordination,
- crepuscular,
- dimpsy,
- dusk,
- duskiness,
- duskness,
- dusky,
- equalization,
- equalizing,
- equating,
- equation,
- equilibration,
- eve,
- even,
- evening up,
- evensong,
- eventide,
- gloaming,
- grayness,
- harmonization,
- integration,
- nightfall,
- party,
- reception,
- regularization,
- salon,
- setting sun,
- shut of day,
- soiree,
- sundown,
- sunset,
- sunsetty,
- symmetrization,
- the expiring day,
- twilight,
- twilighty,
- vesper,
- vespertine

- human nature collapse
- the shared psychological attributes of humankind that are assumed to be shared by all human beings; "a great observer of human nature" related words >

- Adam,
- Hominidae,
- Homo sapiens,
- clay,
- fallen humanity,
- flesh,
- frailty,
- generation of man,
- genus Homo,
- hominid,
- homo,
- human equation,
- human family,
- human frailty,
- human race,
- human species,
- human weakness,
- humanity,
- humankind,
- humanness,
- le genre humain,
- man,
- mankind,
- mortal flesh,
- mortality,
- mortals,
- race of man,
- weakness

- identity collapse
- the distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity; "you can lose your identity when you join the army"
- exact sameness; "they shared an identity of interests"
- the individual characteristics by which a thing or person is recognized or known; "geneticists only recently discovered the identity of the gene that causes it"; "it was too dark to determine his identity"; "she guessed the identity of his lover"
- an operator that leaves unchanged the element on which it operates; "the identity under numerical multiplication is 1" related words >

- accord,
- accordance,
- affinity,
- agape,
- agreement,
- alikeness,
- alliance,
- amity,
- analogy,
- aping,
- approach,
- approximation,
- assimilation,
- balance,
- bonds of harmony,
- brotherly love,
- caritas,
- cement of friendship,
- charity,
- closeness,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- combination,
- communion,
- community,
- community of interests,
- comparability,
- comparison,
- compatibility,
- concord,
- concordance,
- conformity,
- congeniality,
- congruence,
- copying,
- correspondence,
- credo,
- creed,
- differentiation,
- differentness,
- distinctiveness,
- egohood,
- empathy,
- equality,
- equation,
- equilibrium,
- equipoise,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalence,
- equivalency,
- esprit,
- esprit de corps,
- evenness,
- feeling of identity,
- fellow feeling,
- fellowship,
- frictionlessness,
- fusion,
- good vibes,
- good vibrations,
- happy family,
- harmony,
- human factor,
- ideology,
- imitation,
- indistinguishability,
- individualism,
- individuality,
- indivisibility,
- intactness,
- integrality,
- integration,
- integrity,
- inviolability,
- irreducibility,
- justice,
- kinship,
- levelness,
- like-mindedness,
- likeness,
- likening,
- love,
- metaphor,
- mimicking,
- mutuality,
- nearness,
- nominalism,
- nonconformity,
- oneness,
- organic unity,
- outlook,
- par,
- parallelism,
- parity,
- particularism,
- particularity,
- peace,
- personal equation,
- personal identity,
- personality,
- personship,
- philosophy,
- poise,
- proportion,
- purity,
- rapport,
- rapprochement,
- reciprocity,
- resemblance,
- sameness,
- self-identity,
- selfhood,
- selfness,
- selfsameness,
- semblance,
- sharing,
- similarity,
- simile,
- similitude,
- simplicity,
- simulation,
- singleness,
- singularity,
- solidarity,
- solidification,
- solidity,
- soul,
- symmetry,
- sympathy,
- symphony,
- team spirit,
- unanimity,
- understanding,
- undividedness,
- unification,
- uniformity,
- union,
- uniqueness,
- unison,
- unity,
- univocity,
- view,
- weltanschauung,
- wholeness

- extrapolation collapse
- an inference about the future (or about some hypothetical situation) based on known facts and observations
- (mathematics) calculation of the value of a function outside the range of known values related words >

- accession,
- accessory,
- accompaniment,
- actualization,
- addenda,
- addendum,
- additament,
- addition,
- additive,
- additory,
- additum,
- adjunct,
- adjuvant,
- annex,
- annexation,
- appanage,
- appendage,
- appendant,
- approximation,
- appurtenance,
- appurtenant,
- attachment,
- augment,
- augmentation,
- coda,
- complement,
- concomitant,
- continuation,
- corollary,
- differentiation,
- division,
- equation,
- evolution,
- extension,
- exteriorization,
- externalization,
- fixture,
- increase,
- increment,
- integration,
- interpolation,
- inversion,
- involution,
- multiplication,
- notation,
- objectification,
- offshoot,
- pendant,
- practice,
- projection,
- proportion,
- reduction,
- reinforcement,
- side effect,
- side issue,
- subtraction,
- supplement,
- tailpiece,
- transformation,
- undergirding

- individuality collapse
- the quality of being individual; "so absorbed by the movement that she lost all sense of individuality" related words >

- character,
- combination,
- complexion,
- difference,
- differentiation,
- differentness,
- dissimilarity,
- distinctiveness,
- egohood,
- fusion,
- human factor,
- humor,
- identity,
- independence,
- individualism,
- indivisibility,
- intactness,
- integrality,
- integration,
- integrity,
- inviolability,
- irreducibility,
- makeup,
- nature,
- nominalism,
- nonconformity,
- oneness,
- organic unity,
- particularism,
- particularity,
- personal equation,
- personal identity,
- personality,
- personship,
- purity,
- self-identity,
- selfhood,
- selfness,
- selfsameness,
- separateness,
- simplicity,
- singleness,
- singularity,
- solidarity,
- solidification,
- solidity,
- soul,
- temper,
- temperament,
- undividedness,
- unification,
- uniformity,
- uniqueness,
- unity,
- univocity,
- unlikeness,
- wholeness

- resonance collapse
- the quality imparted to voiced speech sounds by the action of the resonating chambers of the throat and mouth and nasal cavities
- a vibration of large amplitude produced by a relatively small vibration near the same frequency of vibration as the natural frequency of the resonating system
- an excited state of a stable particle causing a sharp maximum in the probability of absorption of electromagnetic radiation related words >

- amplitude,
- antinode,
- crest,
- de Broglie wave,
- diffraction,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- fluctuation,
- frequency,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- guided wave,
- harmonic motion,
- in phase,
- interference,
- libration,
- light,
- longitudinal wave,
- mechanical wave,
- node,
- nutation,
- oscillation,
- out of phase,
- pendulation,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- periodicity,
- radio wave,
- ray,
- reinforcement,
- resonance frequency,
- seismic wave,
- shock wave,
- sound wave,
- surface wave,
- tidal wave,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- vacillation,
- vibrancy,
- vibratility,
- vibration,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength,
- wavering

- radio wave collapse
- an electromagnetic wave with a wavelength between 0.5 cm to 30,000 m related words >

- amplitude,
- antinode,
- carrier,
- carrier wave,
- crest,
- de Broglie wave,
- diffraction,
- electric wave,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- frequency,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- ground wave,
- guided wave,
- hertzian wave,
- high-frequency wave,
- in phase,
- interference,
- light,
- long wave,
- longitudinal wave,
- low-frequency wave,
- mechanical wave,
- microwave,
- node,
- out of phase,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- ray,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- seismic wave,
- shock wave,
- shortwave,
- sky wave,
- sound wave,
- surface wave,
- tidal wave,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength

- wavelength collapse
- the distance (measured in the direction of propagation) between two points in the same phase in consecutive cycles of a wave
- a shared orientation leading to mutual understanding; "they are on the same wavelength" related words >

- amplitude,
- antinode,
- carrier,
- carrier wave,
- crest,
- de Broglie wave,
- diffraction,
- electric wave,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- frequency,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- ground wave,
- guided wave,
- hertzian wave,
- high-frequency wave,
- in phase,
- interference,
- light,
- long wave,
- longitudinal wave,
- low-frequency wave,
- mechanical wave,
- microwave,
- node,
- out of phase,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- radio wave,
- ray,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- seismic wave,
- shock wave,
- shortwave,
- sky wave,
- sound wave,
- surface wave,
- tidal wave,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number

- sound wave collapse
- (acoustics) a wave that transmits sound related words >

- amplitude,
- antinode,
- auditory effect,
- auditory phenomenon,
- crest,
- de Broglie wave,
- diffraction,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- frequency,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- guided wave,
- in phase,
- interference,
- light,
- longitudinal wave,
- loudness,
- mechanical wave,
- node,
- noise,
- out of phase,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- phone,
- radio wave,
- ray,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- seismic wave,
- shock wave,
- sonance,
- sound,
- sound intensity level,
- sound propagation,
- speech sound,
- surface wave,
- tidal wave,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- ultrasound,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength

- frequency band collapse
- a band of adjacent radio frequencies (e.g., assigned for transmitting radio or television signals) related words >

- amateur band,
- amplitude,
- antinode,
- band,
- channel,
- citizens band,
- crest,
- de Broglie wave,
- diffraction,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- fluctuation,
- frequency,
- frequency spectrum,
- guided wave,
- harmonic motion,
- in phase,
- interference,
- libration,
- light,
- longitudinal wave,
- mechanical wave,
- node,
- nutation,
- oscillation,
- out of phase,
- pendulation,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- periodicity,
- police band,
- radio channel,
- radio wave,
- ray,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- seismic wave,
- shock wave,
- shortwave band,
- sound wave,
- standard band,
- surface wave,
- tidal wave,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- vacillation,
- vibrancy,
- vibratility,
- vibration,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength,
- wavering

- interpolation collapse
- (mathematics) calculation of the value of a function between the values already known
- a message (spoken or written) that is introduced or inserted; "with the help of his friend's interpolations his story was eventually told"; "with many insertions in the margins" related words >

- addition,
- affix,
- allonge,
- appendix,
- approximation,
- aside,
- cadenza,
- coda,
- codicil,
- commentary,
- differentiation,
- division,
- embedment,
- enclitic,
- entrance,
- envoi,
- epilogue,
- episode,
- equation,
- evolution,
- extempore,
- extrapolation,
- flourish,
- graft,
- grafting,
- hot lick,
- impaction,
- impactment,
- implantation,
- impromptu,
- improvisation,
- infix,
- infixion,
- infusion,
- injection,
- inoculation,
- insert,
- insertion,
- insinuation,
- integration,
- intercalation,
- interjection,
- interlineation,
- interlocution,
- introduction,
- intromission,
- inversion,
- involution,
- lick,
- marginalia,
- multiplication,
- notation,
- note,
- obiter dictum,
- parenthesis,
- penetration,
- perfusion,
- postscript,
- practice,
- prefix,
- proclitic,
- proportion,
- reduction,
- remark,
- rider,
- riff,
- scholia,
- side remark,
- subtraction,
- suffix,
- tail,
- tessellation,
- tossing-in,
- transformation,
- transplant,
- transplantation,
- vamp

- mortality collapse
- the quality or state of being mortal related words >

- Adam,
- Hominidae,
- Homo sapiens,
- banefulness,
- caducity,
- changeableness,
- clay,
- corruptibility,
- deadliness,
- death,
- death rate,
- death toll,
- ephemerality,
- ephemeralness,
- evanescence,
- fallen humanity,
- fatality,
- finitude,
- fleetingness,
- flesh,
- frailty,
- fugacity,
- generation of man,
- genus Homo,
- hominid,
- homo,
- human equation,
- human family,
- human frailty,
- human nature,
- human race,
- human species,
- human weakness,
- humanity,
- humankind,
- humanness,
- impermanence,
- impermanency,
- instability,
- le genre humain,
- lethality,
- malignance,
- malignancy,
- malignity,
- man,
- mankind,
- momentariness,
- mortal flesh,
- mortalness,
- mortals,
- mutability,
- perishability,
- perniciousness,
- race of man,
- transience,
- transiency,
- transientness,
- transitoriness,
- virulence,
- volatility,
- weakness

- subtraction collapse
- the act of subtracting (removing a part from the whole); "he complained about the subtraction of money from their paychecks"
- an arithmetic operation in which the difference between two numbers is calculated; "the subtraction of three from four leaves one"; "four minus three equals one" related words >

- abatement,
- abridgment,
- absence,
- abstraction,
- addition,
- alienation,
- alleviation,
- approximation,
- attenuation,
- awayness,
- blank,
- contraction,
- dampening,
- damping,
- decrease,
- decrement,
- decrescence,
- deduction,
- deflation,
- depreciation,
- depression,
- deprivation,
- detachment,
- differentiation,
- diminishment,
- diminution,
- disarticulation,
- disassociation,
- disconnectedness,
- disconnection,
- discontinuity,
- discount,
- disengagement,
- disjointing,
- disjunction,
- dislocation,
- disunion,
- division,
- divorce,
- divorcement,
- dying,
- dying off,
- equation,
- evolution,
- extenuation,
- extrapolation,
- fade-out,
- incoherence,
- integration,
- interpolation,
- inversion,
- involution,
- isolation,
- lack,
- languishment,
- lessening,
- letup,
- lowering,
- luxation,
- miniaturization,
- mitigation,
- multiplication,
- neverness,
- nonexistence,
- nonoccurrence,
- nonpresence,
- notation,
- nowhereness,
- parting,
- partition,
- practice,
- proportion,
- rebate,
- reduction,
- relaxation,
- removal,
- sagging,
- scaling down,
- segmentation,
- separation,
- separatism,
- simplicity,
- subdivision,
- transformation,
- want,
- weakening,
- withdrawal,
- zoning

- node collapse
- (computer science) any computer that is hooked up to a computer network
- any bulge or swelling of an anatomical structure or part
- (astronomy) a point where an orbit crosses a plane
- (physics) the point of minimum displacement in a periodic system
- any thickened enlargement
- a connecting point at which several lines come together related words >

- Gordian knot,
- amplitude,
- antinode,
- block,
- body,
- cake,
- clump,
- cluster,
- concrete,
- concretion,
- conglomerate,
- conglomeration,
- crest,
- crux,
- de Broglie wave,
- diffraction,
- dilemma,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- enigma,
- frequency,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- guided wave,
- in phase,
- interference,
- knot,
- knotty point,
- light,
- longitudinal wave,
- lump,
- mass,
- mechanical wave,
- nodosity,
- nodulation,
- nodule,
- nodulus,
- nodus,
- nonplus,
- out of phase,
- oxymoron,
- paradox,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- perplexity,
- pons asinorum,
- poser,
- puzzle,
- quandary,
- radio wave,
- ray,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- seismic wave,
- shock wave,
- solid,
- solid body,
- sound wave,
- surface wave,
- teaser,
- tidal wave,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- vexed question,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength

- diffraction collapse
- when light passes sharp edges or goes through narrow slits the rays are deflected and produce fringes of light and dark bands related words >

- amplitude,
- antinode,
- attenuation,
- broadcast,
- broadcasting,
- circumfusion,
- crest,
- de Broglie wave,
- deflection,
- deflexure,
- diffusion,
- dilution,
- dispensation,
- dispersal,
- dispersion,
- dissemination,
- dissipation,
- distortion,
- distribution,
- divergence,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- evaporation,
- expansion,
- flection,
- flexure,
- fragmentation,
- frequency,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- guided wave,
- in phase,
- interference,
- light,
- longitudinal wave,
- mechanical wave,
- node,
- out of phase,
- peppering,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- propagation,
- publication,
- radiation,
- radio wave,
- ray,
- refraction,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- scatter,
- scattering,
- scatterment,
- seismic wave,
- shock wave,
- shotgun pattern,
- skewness,
- sound wave,
- sowing,
- spattering,
- splay,
- spread,
- spreading,
- sprinkling,
- strewing,
- surface wave,
- tidal wave,
- torsion,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- volatilization,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength

- amplitude,
- antinode,
- crest,
- de Broglie wave,
- diffraction,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- frequency,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- guided wave,
- ill-considered,
- ill-seasoned,
- ill-timed,
- improper,
- in phase,
- inappropriate,
- inauspicious,
- inconvenient,
- inexpedient,
- infelicitous,
- inopportune,
- intempestive,
- interference,
- intrusive,
- irrelevant,
- late,
- light,
- longitudinal wave,
- mal a propos,
- malapropos,
- mechanical wave,
- mistimed,
- node,
- off base,
- out of line,
- out of time,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- premature,
- radio wave,
- ray,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- seismic wave,
- shock wave,
- sound wave,
- surface wave,
- tidal wave,
- too late,
- too soon,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- unbefitting,
- unfavorable,
- unfit,
- unfitting,
- unfortunate,
- unhandy,
- unhappy,
- unlucky,
- unpropitious,
- unready,
- unripe,
- unseasonable,
- unsuitable,
- untimely,
- untoward,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength,
- wrong

- parity collapse
- functional equality
- (physics) parity is conserved in a universe in which the laws of physics are the same in a right-handed system of coordinates as in a left-handed system
- (mathematics) a relation between a pair of integers: if both integers are odd or both are even they have the same parity; if one is odd and the other is even they have different parity; "parity is often used to check the integrity of transmitted data"
- (obstetrics) the number of liveborn children a woman has delivered; "the parity of the mother must be considered"; "a bipara is a woman who has given birth to two children" related words >

- accordance,
- agreement,
- alikeness,
- alliance,
- analogy,
- aping,
- approach,
- approximation,
- asking price,
- assimilation,
- balance,
- bearish prices,
- bid price,
- book value,
- bullish prices,
- call price,
- closeness,
- closing price,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- community,
- comparability,
- comparison,
- conformity,
- congruence,
- congruity,
- consistency,
- copying,
- correspondence,
- decline,
- equality,
- equation,
- equilibrium,
- equipoise,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalence,
- equivalency,
- evenness,
- face value,
- fixed price,
- flash price,
- flurry,
- flutter,
- high,
- identity,
- imitation,
- issue par,
- issue price,
- justice,
- levelness,
- likeness,
- likening,
- low,
- market price,
- market value,
- metaphor,
- mimicking,
- nearness,
- nominal value,
- offering price,
- opening price,
- par,
- par value,
- parallelism,
- poise,
- price,
- proportion,
- put price,
- quotation,
- quoted price,
- rally,
- resemblance,
- sameness,
- semblance,
- settling price,
- similarity,
- simile,
- similitude,
- simulation,
- stated value,
- swings,
- symmetry,
- uniformity

- multiplication collapse
- an arithmetic operation that is the inverse of division; the product of two numbers is computed; "the multiplication of four by three gives twelve"; "four times three equals twelve"
- a multiplicative increase; "repeated copying leads to a multiplication of errors"; "this multiplication of cells is a natural correlate of growth" related words >

- access,
- accession,
- accretion,
- accrual,
- accruement,
- accumulation,
- addition,
- advance,
- aggrandizement,
- amplification,
- appreciation,
- approximation,
- ascent,
- augmentation,
- ballooning,
- begetting,
- bloating,
- boom,
- boost,
- breeding,
- broadening,
- buildup,
- crescendo,
- crossbreeding,
- development,
- differentiation,
- dissogeny,
- division,
- edema,
- elevation,
- endogamy,
- engenderment,
- enlargement,
- equation,
- evolution,
- expansion,
- extension,
- extrapolation,
- flood,
- fructification,
- gain,
- generation,
- greatening,
- growth,
- gush,
- hike,
- inbreeding,
- increase,
- increment,
- inflation,
- integration,
- interpolation,
- inversion,
- involution,
- jump,
- leap,
- linebreeding,
- mounting,
- multiple,
- multiplication table,
- multiplier,
- multiplying,
- notation,
- outbreeding,
- practice,
- procreation,
- production,
- productiveness,
- proliferation,
- prolification,
- propagation,
- proportion,
- pullulation,
- raise,
- reduction,
- reproduction,
- rise,
- snowballing,
- spread,
- subtraction,
- surge,
- swelling,
- tables,
- transformation,
- tumescence,
- up,
- upping,
- upsurge,
- upswing,
- uptrend,
- upturn,
- waxing,
- widening,
- xenogamy

- equivalence collapse
- essential equality and interchangeability related words >

- accord,
- accordance,
- affinity,
- agreement,
- analogousness,
- assent,
- balance,
- chorus,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- coherence,
- coincidence,
- commensurability,
- communion,
- community,
- comparability,
- comparableness,
- comparativeness,
- compatibility,
- concert,
- concord,
- concordance,
- conformance,
- conformation,
- conformity,
- congeniality,
- congruence,
- congruency,
- congruity,
- consistency,
- consonance,
- consort,
- cooperation,
- corelation,
- correlation,
- correlativism,
- correlativity,
- correspondence,
- equality,
- equation,
- equilibrium,
- equipoise,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalency,
- evenness,
- harmony,
- homogeneity,
- homoousia,
- identity,
- indistinguishability,
- intersection,
- inverse proportion,
- inverse ratio,
- inverse relationship,
- justice,
- levelness,
- likeness,
- mutuality,
- no difference,
- oneness,
- overlap,
- par,
- parallelism,
- parity,
- peace,
- poise,
- proportion,
- proportionability,
- proportionality,
- rapport,
- ratio,
- reciprocality,
- reciprocation,
- reciprocity,
- relativity,
- sameness,
- self-consistency,
- self-identity,
- selfhood,
- selfness,
- selfsameness,
- similarity,
- symmetry,
- sync,
- synchronism,
- synonymity,
- synonymousness,
- synonymy,
- tally,
- timing,
- uniformity,
- union,
- unison,
- unisonance,
- unity

- wholeness collapse
- a state of robust good health related words >

- advantageousness,
- agreeableness,
- allness,
- auspiciousness,
- beneficialness,
- benevolence,
- benignity,
- class,
- cogency,
- combination,
- completeness,
- comprehensiveness,
- desert,
- differentiation,
- differentness,
- distinctiveness,
- egohood,
- entireness,
- entirety,
- excellence,
- exhaustiveness,
- expedience,
- fairness,
- favorableness,
- fineness,
- first-rateness,
- fullness,
- fusion,
- goodliness,
- goodness,
- grace,
- haleness,
- healthiness,
- heartiness,
- helpfulness,
- holism,
- human factor,
- identity,
- inclusiveness,
- individualism,
- individuality,
- indivisibility,
- intactness,
- integrality,
- integration,
- integrity,
- inviolability,
- irreducibility,
- kindness,
- merit,
- niceness,
- nominalism,
- nonconformity,
- omnipresence,
- oneness,
- organic unity,
- particularism,
- particularity,
- perfection,
- personal equation,
- personal identity,
- personality,
- personship,
- pervasiveness,
- pleasantness,
- plenitude,
- profitableness,
- purity,
- quality,
- rewardingness,
- robustness,
- self-identity,
- selfhood,
- selfness,
- selfsameness,
- simplicity,
- singleness,
- singularity,
- skillfulness,
- solidarity,
- solidification,
- solidity,
- soul,
- soundness,
- superiority,
- thoroughness,
- total approach,
- totality,
- ubiquity,
- undividedness,
- unification,
- uniformity,
- uniqueness,
- unity,
- universality,
- univocity,
- usefulness,
- validity,
- value,
- vigor,
- virtue,
- virtuousness,
- worth

- symmetry collapse
- (mathematics) an attribute of a shape or relation; exact reflection of form on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane
- balance among the parts of something related words >

- accord,
- accordance,
- affinity,
- agreement,
- arrangement,
- array,
- assent,
- balance,
- beauty,
- chorus,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- coherence,
- coincidence,
- communion,
- community,
- compatibility,
- concert,
- concinnity,
- concord,
- concordance,
- conformance,
- conformation,
- conformity,
- congeniality,
- congruence,
- congruency,
- congruity,
- congruousness,
- consistency,
- consonance,
- consort,
- cooperation,
- corelation,
- correlation,
- correlativism,
- correlativity,
- correspondence,
- deployment,
- disposal,
- disposition,
- equality,
- equation,
- equilibrium,
- equipoise,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalence,
- equivalency,
- euphony,
- evenness,
- finish,
- formation,
- harmony,
- identity,
- intersection,
- inverse proportion,
- inverse ratio,
- inverse relationship,
- justice,
- layout,
- levelness,
- likeness,
- lineup,
- marshaling,
- measure,
- measuredness,
- mutuality,
- oneness,
- order,
- orderedness,
- orderliness,
- organization,
- overlap,
- par,
- parallelism,
- parity,
- peace,
- poise,
- proportion,
- proportionality,
- quiet,
- quietude,
- rapport,
- reciprocality,
- reciprocation,
- reciprocity,
- regularity,
- relativity,
- rhythm,
- routine,
- self-consistency,
- setup,
- structure,
- sweetness,
- sync,
- synchronism,
- system,
- tally,
- timing,
- tranquillity,
- uniformity,
- union,
- unison,
- unisonance

- ray collapse
- cartilaginous fishes having horizontally flattened bodies and enlarged winglike pectoral fins with gills on the underside; most swim by moving the pectoral fins
- any of the stiff bony rods in the fin of a fish
- a branch of an umbel or an umbelliform inflorescence
- (mathematics) a straight line extending from a point
- emit as rays; "That tower rays a laser beam for miles across the sky" related words >

- Reptilia,
- X ray,
- actinic ray,
- actinism,
- amplitude,
- antinode,
- atom,
- atomic beam,
- atomic ray,
- beam,
- beam of light,
- crest,
- de Broglie wave,
- diffraction,
- diffuse,
- diffusion,
- disperse,
- dispersion,
- drop,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- emanate,
- emanation,
- frequency,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- gamma ray,
- gleam,
- guided wave,
- in phase,
- infrared ray,
- interference,
- invisible radiation,
- jot,
- leam,
- light,
- longitudinal wave,
- lota,
- mechanical wave,
- minim,
- molecule,
- moonbeam,
- node,
- out of phase,
- patch,
- pencil,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- photon,
- radiance,
- radiate,
- radiation,
- radio wave,
- radiorays,
- radius,
- ray of light,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- ribbon,
- ribbon of light,
- scatter,
- scattering,
- scrap,
- seismic wave,
- shaft,
- shock wave,
- shoot,
- shred,
- smidgen,
- solar rays,
- sound wave,
- spoke,
- spread,
- streak,
- stream,
- stream of light,
- streamer,
- sunbeam,
- surface wave,
- tidal wave,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- ultraviolet ray,
- violet ray,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength

- frequency collapse
- the number of observations in a given statistical category
- the ratio of the number of observations in a statistical category to the total number of observations
- the number of occurrences within a given time period; "the frequency of modulation was 40 cycles per second"; "the frequency of his seizures increased as he grew older" related words >

- AF,
- CPS,
- EHF,
- HF,
- Hz,
- MF,
- RF,
- SHF,
- UHF,
- VHF,
- VLF,
- amplitude,
- antinode,
- audio frequency,
- carrier frequency,
- crest,
- cycles,
- de Broglie wave,
- diffraction,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- extremely high frequency,
- fluctuation,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- fundamental,
- fundamental tone,
- guided wave,
- harmonic,
- harmonic motion,
- hertz,
- high frequency,
- in phase,
- interference,
- intermediate frequency,
- intonation,
- kilocycles,
- kilohertz,
- libration,
- light,
- longitudinal wave,
- low frequency,
- lower frequencies,
- mechanical wave,
- medium frequency,
- megacycles,
- megahertz,
- monotone,
- monotony,
- node,
- nutation,
- oscillation,
- out of phase,
- overtone,
- partial,
- partial tone,
- pendulation,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- periodicity,
- pitch,
- radio frequency,
- radio wave,
- ray,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- seismic wave,
- shock wave,
- sound wave,
- spark frequency,
- spectrum,
- superhigh frequency,
- surface wave,
- tidal wave,
- tone,
- tonelessness,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- ultrahigh frequency,
- upper frequencies,
- vacillation,
- very high frequency,
- very low frequency,
- vibrancy,
- vibratility,
- vibration,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength,
- wavering

- involution collapse
- the action of enfolding something
- a long and intricate and complicated grammatical construction
- reduction in size of an organ or part (as in the return of the uterus to normal size after childbirth) related words >

- absorption,
- addition,
- ambages,
- anfractuosity,
- approximation,
- circuitousness,
- circumambages,
- circumbendibus,
- circumlocution,
- circumvolution,
- comedown,
- complexity,
- complexness,
- complication,
- convolution,
- crabbedness,
- crinkle,
- crinkling,
- debasement,
- decadence,
- decadency,
- declension,
- declination,
- decline,
- deformation,
- degeneracy,
- degenerateness,
- degeneration,
- degradation,
- demotion,
- depravation,
- depravedness,
- depreciation,
- derogation,
- descent,
- deterioration,
- devolution,
- differentiation,
- division,
- downtrend,
- downturn,
- downward mobility,
- downward trend,
- drop,
- dying,
- ebb,
- effeteness,
- embarrassment,
- engagement,
- enmeshment,
- entanglement,
- equation,
- evolution,
- extrapolation,
- fading,
- failing,
- failure,
- failure of nerve,
- fall,
- falling-off,
- flexuosity,
- flexuousness,
- implication,
- inclusion,
- integration,
- interpolation,
- intorsion,
- intricacy,
- intricateness,
- inversion,
- involvement,
- lapse,
- loss of tone,
- meander,
- meandering,
- multiplication,
- notation,
- perplexity,
- practice,
- proportion,
- ramification,
- reduction,
- regression,
- relation,
- retrocession,
- retrogradation,
- retrogression,
- rivulation,
- sinuation,
- sinuosity,
- sinuousness,
- slinkiness,
- slippage,
- slump,
- snakiness,
- subtlety,
- subtraction,
- tanglement,
- technicality,
- torsion,
- tortility,
- tortuosity,
- tortuousness,
- transformation,
- turning,
- twisting,
- undulation,
- wane,
- wave,
- waving,
- winding

- par collapse
- (golf) the standard number of strokes set for each hole on a golf course, or for the entire course; "a par-5 hole"; "par for this course is 72"
- make a score (on a hole) equal to par related words >

- alike,
- asking price,
- at par,
- au pair,
- average,
- balance,
- bearish prices,
- bid price,
- book value,
- bullish prices,
- call price,
- center,
- closing price,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- commensurate,
- correspondence,
- decline,
- drawn,
- equal,
- equality,
- equalized,
- equation,
- equilibrium,
- equipoise,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalence,
- equivalency,
- even,
- even stephen,
- evenness,
- face value,
- fifty-fifty,
- fixed price,
- flash price,
- flurry,
- flutter,
- generality,
- golden mean,
- half-and-half,
- happy medium,
- high,
- identity,
- issue par,
- issue price,
- juste-milieu,
- justice,
- knotted,
- level,
- levelness,
- like,
- likeness,
- low,
- market price,
- market value,
- mean,
- median,
- mediocrity,
- medium,
- middle,
- middle course,
- middle ground,
- middle point,
- middle position,
- middle state,
- middle-of-the-road,
- midpoint,
- nip and tuck,
- nominal value,
- norm,
- normal,
- offering price,
- on a footing,
- on a level,
- on a par,
- on even ground,
- opening price,
- par value,
- parallelism,
- parity,
- poise,
- price,
- proportion,
- proportionate,
- put price,
- quits,
- quotation,
- quoted price,
- rally,
- rule,
- run,
- sameness,
- settling price,
- square,
- stalemated,
- standard,
- stated value,
- swings,
- symmetry,
- tied,
- via media

- tidal wave collapse
- a wave resulting from the periodic flow of the tides that is caused by the gravitational attraction of the moon and sun
- an unusual (and often destructive) rise of water along the seashore caused by a storm or a combination of wind and high tide
- an overwhelming manifestation of some emotion or phenomenon; "a tidal wave of nausea"; "the flood of letters hit him with the force of a tidal wave"; "a tidal wave of crime" related words >

- amplitude,
- antinode,
- apoplexy,
- billow,
- bore,
- breakers,
- breakup,
- cataclysm,
- chop,
- choppiness,
- chopping sea,
- climax,
- comb,
- comber,
- convulsion,
- count,
- crest,
- de Broglie wave,
- diastrophism,
- diffraction,
- dirty water,
- disaster,
- eagre,
- election returns,
- electromagnetic radiation,
- electromagnetic wave,
- fit,
- frequency,
- frequency band,
- frequency spectrum,
- gravity wave,
- ground swell,
- guided wave,
- heave,
- heavy sea,
- heavy swell,
- in phase,
- interference,
- landslide,
- lift,
- light,
- longitudinal wave,
- lop,
- mechanical wave,
- node,
- official count,
- out of phase,
- overthrow,
- paroxysm,
- peak,
- period,
- periodic wave,
- poll,
- popple,
- quake,
- radio wave,
- ray,
- recount,
- reinforcement,
- resonance,
- resonance frequency,
- returns,
- riffle,
- ripple,
- rise,
- roll,
- roller,
- rough water,
- scend,
- sea,
- seismic wave,
- send,
- shock wave,
- sound wave,
- spasm,
- stroke,
- surf,
- surface wave,
- surge,
- swell,
- temblor,
- tidal bore,
- tide wave,
- transverse wave,
- trough,
- tsunami,
- undulation,
- upheaval,
- water wave,
- wave,
- wave equation,
- wave motion,
- wave number,
- wavelength,
- wavelet,
- white horses,
- whitecaps

- coordination collapse
- the regulation of diverse elements into an integrated and harmonious operation
- the skillful and effective interaction of movements
- the grammatical relation of two constituents having the same grammatical form related words >

- ability,
- accommodation,
- accounting,
- adaptation,
- address,
- adeptness,
- adjustment,
- adroitness,
- airmanship,
- analysis,
- artfulness,
- artisanship,
- artistry,
- assimilation,
- attunement,
- automatic electronic navigation,
- balancing,
- braking,
- bravura,
- brilliance,
- capability,
- capacity,
- charting,
- cleverness,
- coaptation,
- codification,
- command,
- competence,
- computation,
- control,
- craft,
- craftsmanship,
- cunning,
- deftness,
- dexterity,
- dexterousness,
- dextrousness,
- diplomacy,
- efficiency,
- equalization,
- equalizing,
- equating,
- equation,
- equilibration,
- evening,
- evening up,
- expertise,
- facility,
- fact distribution,
- finesse,
- forecasts,
- grace,
- grip,
- handiness,
- harmonization,
- horsemanship,
- ingeniousness,
- ingenuity,
- inspection,
- integration,
- know-how,
- manipulation,
- marksmanship,
- mastership,
- mastery,
- methodization,
- nonlinear calibrations,
- normalization,
- ordination,
- organization,
- output measurement,
- planning,
- practical ability,
- processing,
- proficiency,
- prowess,
- quickness,
- rationalization,
- readiness,
- reconcilement,
- reconciliation,
- record keeping,
- regularization,
- regulation,
- resource,
- resourcefulness,
- routinization,
- savoir-faire,
- savvy,
- seamanship,
- skill,
- skillfulness,
- squaring,
- steering,
- style,
- supersonic flow detection,
- symmetrization,
- synchronization,
- systematization,
- tact,
- tactfulness,
- technical brilliance,
- technical mastery,
- technical skill,
- technique,
- timing,
- virtuosity,
- wit,
- wizardry,
- workmanship

- humanity collapse
- the quality of being humane related words >

- Adam,
- Hominidae,
- Homo sapiens,
- acceptance,
- affectionateness,
- beneficence,
- benevolence,
- benignancy,
- benignity,
- brotherhood,
- charitableness,
- clay,
- clemency,
- clementness,
- commiseration,
- community,
- compassion,
- condolence,
- consideration,
- easiness,
- easygoingness,
- fallen humanity,
- favor,
- feeling,
- feeling of kinship,
- fellow feeling,
- flesh,
- forbearance,
- forbearing,
- forgiveness,
- frailty,
- fraternal feeling,
- generation of man,
- generosity,
- gentleness,
- genus Homo,
- goodness,
- goodness of heart,
- grace,
- graciousness,
- heart of gold,
- helpfulness,
- hominid,
- homo,
- human equation,
- human family,
- human frailty,
- human nature,
- human race,
- human species,
- human weakness,
- humaneness,
- humankind,
- humanness,
- kindheartedness,
- kindliness,
- kindly disposition,
- kindness,
- laxness,
- le genre humain,
- lenience,
- leniency,
- lenientness,
- lenity,
- loving kindness,
- magnanimity,
- man,
- mankind,
- mercifulness,
- mercy,
- mildness,
- mitigation,
- moderateness,
- mortal flesh,
- mortality,
- mortals,
- niceness,
- pardon,
- pathos,
- patience,
- people,
- pity,
- quarter,
- race of man,
- relief,
- reprieve,
- ruth,
- self-pity,
- sensitivity,
- society,
- softheartedness,
- softness,
- soul of kindness,
- sympathy,
- tenderheartedness,
- tenderness,
- the masses,
- the public,
- tolerance,
- understanding,
- unselfishness,
- warmheartedness,
- warmth,
- warmth of heart,
- weakness

- evenness collapse
- the quality of being balanced
- a quality of uniformity and lack of variation
- the parity of even numbers (divisible by two) related words >

- abnegation,
- abstinence,
- accordance,
- balance,
- bilateral symmetry,
- calm,
- calmness,
- clockwork regularity,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- conformity,
- congruity,
- conservatism,
- consistency,
- consonance,
- constancy,
- constraint,
- continence,
- continuity,
- control,
- cool,
- correspondence,
- dispassion,
- downiness,
- dynamic symmetry,
- equability,
- equality,
- equanimity,
- equation,
- equilibrium,
- equipoise,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalence,
- equivalency,
- eurythmics,
- eurythmy,
- finish,
- flatness,
- flushness,
- frictionlessness,
- gentleness,
- glabriety,
- glabrousness,
- glossiness,
- golden mean,
- greasiness,
- happy medium,
- harmony,
- homogeneity,
- horizontalism,
- horizontality,
- horizontalness,
- identity,
- impartiality,
- judiciousness,
- juste-milieu,
- justice,
- keeping,
- lenity,
- levelness,
- likeness,
- lubricity,
- meden agan,
- methodicalness,
- middle way,
- mildness,
- moderateness,
- moderation,
- moderationism,
- monolithism,
- multilateral symmetry,
- neutrality,
- nonviolence,
- nothing in excess,
- oiliness,
- pacifism,
- par,
- parallelism,
- parity,
- persistence,
- planeness,
- poise,
- polarity,
- proportion,
- proportionality,
- prudence,
- punctuality,
- regularity,
- repetition,
- repose,
- restraint,
- satininess,
- self-abnegation,
- self-control,
- self-denial,
- self-restraint,
- serenity,
- shapeliness,
- silkiness,
- sleekness,
- slickness,
- slipperiness,
- smoothness,
- sobriety,
- stability,
- steadfastness,
- steadiness,
- suavity,
- symmetricalness,
- symmetry,
- systematicalness,
- temperance,
- temperateness,
- tranquillity,
- trilateral symmetry,
- unexcessiveness,
- unextravagance,
- unextremeness,
- uniformity,
- unity,
- unruffledness,
- velvetiness,
- via media

- transformation collapse
- the act of changing in form or shape or appearance; "a photograph is a translation of a scene onto a two-dimensional surface"
- (genetics) modification of a cell or bacterium by the uptake and incorporation of exogenous DNA
- a rule describing the conversion of one syntactic structure into another related syntactic structure
- a qualitative change
- (mathematics) a function that changes the position or direction of the axes of a coordinate system related words >

- Fabianism,
- about-face,
- act drop,
- addition,
- alchemy,
- alteration,
- approximation,
- asbestos,
- asbestos board,
- assimilation,
- assumption,
- avatar,
- backdrop,
- batten,
- becoming,
- border,
- catabolism,
- catalysis,
- change,
- change-over,
- changeover,
- cloth,
- consubstantiation,
- conversion,
- coulisse,
- counterweight,
- curtain,
- curtain board,
- cyclorama,
- decor,
- differentiation,
- displacement,
- division,
- drop,
- drop curtain,
- equation,
- evolution,
- extrapolation,
- extremism,
- fire curtain,
- flat,
- flip-flop,
- flipper,
- gradualism,
- growth,
- hanging,
- heterotopia,
- integration,
- interpolation,
- inversion,
- involution,
- lapse,
- meliorism,
- metabolism,
- metagenesis,
- metamorphism,
- metamorphosis,
- metastasis,
- metathesis,
- metempsychosis,
- modification,
- multiplication,
- mutant,
- mutated form,
- mutation,
- naturalization,
- notation,
- passage,
- permutation,
- practice,
- progress,
- progressivism,
- proportion,
- radical reform,
- radicalism,
- rag,
- re-formation,
- reconversion,
- reduction,
- reform,
- reformation,
- reformism,
- regeneration,
- reincarnation,
- resolution,
- reversal,
- revisionism,
- revolution,
- scene,
- scenery,
- screen,
- shift,
- side scene,
- sport,
- stage screw,
- subtraction,
- switch,
- switch-over,
- tab,
- tableau,
- teaser,
- tormentor,
- transanimation,
- transfiguration,
- transfigurement,
- transformation scene,
- transformism,
- transit,
- transition,
- translation,
- translocation,
- transmigration,
- transmogrification,
- transmutation,
- transposition,
- transubstantiation,
- turning into,
- utopianism,
- volte-face,
- wing,
- wingcut,
- woodcut

- parallelism collapse
- similarity by virtue of corresponding related words >

- accompaniment,
- accord,
- accordance,
- affinity,
- agreement,
- alikeness,
- allegory,
- alliance,
- analogy,
- aping,
- approach,
- approximation,
- assent,
- assimilation,
- balance,
- balancing,
- bilateral symmetry,
- chorus,
- closeness,
- co-occurrence,
- coequality,
- coextension,
- coherence,
- coincidence,
- community,
- comparability,
- comparative anatomy,
- comparative degree,
- comparative grammar,
- comparative judgment,
- comparative linguistics,
- comparative literature,
- comparative method,
- compare,
- comparing,
- comparison,
- compatibility,
- concert,
- concomitance,
- concomitancy,
- concord,
- concordance,
- concurrence,
- conformance,
- conformation,
- conformity,
- confrontation,
- confrontment,
- congeniality,
- congruence,
- congruency,
- congruity,
- consistency,
- consonance,
- consort,
- contrast,
- contrastiveness,
- cooperation,
- copying,
- correlation,
- correspondence,
- distinction,
- distinctiveness,
- dynamic symmetry,
- equality,
- equation,
- equilibrium,
- equipoise,
- equipollence,
- equiponderance,
- equity,
- equivalence,
- equivalency,
- eurythmics,
- eurythmy,
- evenness,
- finish,
- harmony,
- identity,
- imitation,
- intersection,
- justice,
- keeping,
- levelness,
- likeness,
- likening,
- matching,
- metaphor,
- mimicking,
- multilateral symmetry,
- nearness,
- oneness,
- opposing,
- opposition,
- overlap,
- par,
- parity,
- peace,
- poise,
- polarity,
- proportion,
- proportionality,
- rapport,
- regularity,
- relation,
- resemblance,
- sameness,
- self-consistency,
- semblance,
- shapeliness,
- similarity,
- simile,
- similitude,
- simulation,
- simultaneity,
- symmetricalness,
- symmetry,
- sync,
- synchronism,
- tally,
- timing,
- togetherness,
- trilateral symmetry,
- trope of comparison,
- uniformity,
- union,
- unison,
- unisonance,
- weighing,
- withness

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