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.g., spirit) and therefore can never be referenced in terms of the body.
In chapter three, "`Not at All Unakin to That Homespun Cult': The Domestic Craftswoman and the Aesthetic Connoisseur," Schaffer describes the male aesthetic movement as a "sometimes hostile, sometimes enthusiastic, colonization" of what had traditionally been a female realm--the home.