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much of a muchness

This page is about the idiom much of a muchness


Meaning: If two or more things are much of a muchness, they are very similar to each other.

For example:

  • I don't think it matters which one we get. They're all much of a muchness as far as I can see.

  • All the news shows on TV these days seem to be much of a muchness. It's hard to find one that takes a different approach to the news.

Quick Quiz:

These travel guides are all much of a muchness, so

a. we have to choose carefully

b. it doesn't matter which one we get

c. we shouldn't get any of them

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Contributor: Matt Errey