‘Much of a muchness’

The expression means very similar or almost the same.

“According to my father, rock music these days is all much of a muchness”.

Another example, “The two movies which I watched last week were were much of a muchness”.

It means the two movies were very much alike . There was very little to choose between them.

Source: ‘Know Your English’ ( The Hindu) – August 27, 2007  

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