muchness


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be much of a muchness

slang To be excessively alike. I asked the realtor to find an older home with some charm and character because the new construction houses in this neighborhood are all much of a muchness to me.
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much of a muchness

too much of something that there is generally a lot of. All this talk about e-commerce and business-2-business is too much of a muchness.
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be much of a muchness

  (informal)
to be very similar Pop music these days is all much of a muchness as far as I'm concerned.
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When I look at the league I see a group of sides at the top who are really good but other than that, things are much of a muchness in the league.
It's all pretty much of a muchness as Barton, who are second bottom, emphasised.
Many of the speeches were a bit of a much of a muchness, but Gaddafi's speech was so outrageous that it is the only one that has stuck in my mind.
They are all very much of a muchness and I can't remember any club that has struck me when they have come to Ninian as being classy - and that includes Cardiff.
Coleman added: "People talk about our squad being big in numbers but we have got much of a muchness.
But outside those top three it's all much of a muchness and it just depends on individual performances from certain players at certain clubs.
Leeds are expected to do well, but I think we will have a good chance against them this season and the rest of the teams are much of a muchness, so getting off to a good start will be the key.
But the problem is that the ultra-reliable, ultra-safe car of today can be much of a muchness and be taken for granted.
The advantage is it's all a bit of a muchness and anyone in the top eight can push each other.
But when you study the two batches of teams Wales could be involved with, you quickly come to the conclusion that fifth or sixth, it really is much of a muchness.
If you take away Linfield, Glentoran and Coleraine the rest of the teams are much of a muchness.
Most people think all red nail polish is the same, with quality much of a muchness.
O'Gorman added: "The strength among the sprinters in the last five years has emerged from Australia and Asia, whereas in Europe they seem to be much of a muchness and handicappers win more big races than they do in other divisions.
Last season it was probably the Birmingham game, the team I supported as a kid, but they are all much of a muchness because they are all chances to get points on the board and that's what you need to push up in the league.
United's trouble, of course, is that they are much of a muchness in the engine room of central midfield.