unakin

unakin

(ˌʌnəˈkɪn)
adj
not related or comparable
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Treating the intention of the parties as irrelevant seems not unakin to the forbidden process of making a contract for the parties.
Some 16 000 aluminium discs have been attached to the exterior of the blue rendered insulation of the main carapace by a process not unakin to sticking in drawing-pins.
Incorporate," as Isobel Armstrong noted in 1993, can signify bringing something formerly outside into a material body (a concept not unakin to orthodox views of Christ's incarnation) or that which has no material body (e.