# comparing apples and oranges in a sentence

- "That's
*comparing apples and oranges* ." - :I agree that it's
*comparing apples and oranges*. - Comparing the two is like
*comparing apples and oranges*, Weingarten said. - It's like
*comparing apples and oranges* ." - You cannot
*compare apples and oranges*,'she said. - It's difficult to find
*comparing apples and oranges* in a sentence. - It's
*comparing apples and oranges*, " he said. - It's kind of like
*comparing apples and oranges* ." - We're
*comparing apples and oranges* here ." - :To me that's
*comparing apples and oranges*. - And comparing road racers and track racers is like
*comparing apples and oranges*. - He neglected to tell you that he's
*comparing apples and oranges*. - UConn officials said that comparing college stadiums is like
*comparing apples and oranges*. - Likening the two campaigns, Schulberg said, is
*comparing apples and oranges*. - It
*compares apples and oranges* _ the 1995 marketplace and the 1999 marketplace. - "They are
*comparing apples and oranges*, " he said.