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Sentence count:118Posted:2017-03-18Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: dissimilationSimilar words: assimilatedissimilardissimilaritysimilarsimilarlyassassinationsimilaritybe similar toMeaning: [ə‚sɪmɪ'leɪʃn]  n. 1. the state of being assimilated; people of different backgrounds come to see themselves as part of a larger national family 2. the social process of absorbing one cultural group into harmony with another 3. the process of absorbing nutrients into the body after digestion 4. a linguistic process by which a sound becomes similar to an adjacent sound 5. the process of assimilating new ideas into an existing cognitive structure 6. in the theories of Jean Piaget: the application of a general schema to a particular instance. 
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1 The assimilation of ethnic Germans in the US was accelerated by the two world wars.
2 This technique brings life to instruction and eases assimilation of knowledge.
3 They promote social integration and assimilation of minority ethnic groups into the culture.
4 Clearly, not all actions result in assimilation and accommodation.
5 Assimilation is always the end product.
6 Assimilation and accommodation are fully functional at birth.
7 This is our peculiar form of assimilation.
8 When this is done, assimilation of the stimulus proceeds and equilibrium is reached for the moment.
9 Assimilation is consequently difficult, particularly as the minority groups experience considerable hostility.
10 Assimilation worked, especially for a nationalistic capitalist who could write hit songs.
11 Sometimes the difference caused by assimilation is very noticeable,( and sometimes it is very slight.
12 The Woodvilles' assimilation into the political community was further eased by a less aggressive manipulation of royal patronage on their behalf.
13 Young children's egocentric behaviour is assimilation since they are incapable of seeing anything except from their own point of view.
14 He understands how the social benefits of assimilation come primarily through language acquisition.
15 In any case, assimilation never meant any real acceptance or belonging.
16 Now privilege was suspect, and assimilation was a source of embarrassment, even shame.
17 Of equal importance are the relative amounts of assimilation and accommodation that take place.
18 It can aim for their assimilation and the development of conceptual understanding of the more strategic skills.
19 Logical operations are constructed, as are all cognitive structures, out of prior structures as a function of assimilation and accommodation.
20 The chest that was now ash, gray, cold windblown memory, an offering to progress, to assimilation.
21 But unlike Danny Ballow, Sarah Richardson has a story which makes it clear that the best survival strategy is assimilation.
22 Traditional design is a complex process of adaptation and assimilation in a perpetual act of gestation.
23 For them, as for almost all the children of immigrants, assimilation was good.
24 What accounted for this stubborn resistance of nationalities to the predicted assimilation?
25 Concepts of oak trees and how they differ from other types of trees require assimilation and accommodation of relevant experience.
26 Up to this point we have been looking at some fairly clear cases of assimilation across word boundaries.
27 A terrestrial plant will always be stunted in growth and assimilation and can never be a match for a true aquatic plant.
28 Central to Piagetian psychology is a dynamic relationship between the processes of accommodation and assimilation.
29 As I say, what Kip and I shared was a quick assimilation into city life.
30 Many of those responsible saw their task as one of assimilation - to bring northern folk into southern-based cultures and modern ways.
More similar words: assimilatedissimilardissimilaritysimilarsimilarlyassassinationsimilaritybe similar tojubilationventilationannihilationclassificationsimilefacsimileimitationsimilitudelimitationsimplificationexhilarationdilapidationhumiliationelationeliminationablationoblationrelationintimidationdelimitationrecriminationdeflation
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