Duplicate identification is a critical step in deep web data integration, and generally, this task has to be performed over multiple web databases. However, a customized matcher for two web databases often does not work well for other two ones due to various presentations and different schemas. It is not practical to build and maintain
matchers for n web databases. In this paper, we target at building one universal matcher over multiple web databases in one domain. According to our observation, the similarity on an attribute is dependent of those of some other attributes, which is ignored by existing approaches. Inspired by this, we propose a comprehensive solution for duplicate identification problem over multiple web databases. The extensive experiments over real web databases on three domains show the proposed solution is an effective way to address the duplicate identification problem over multiple web databases.