resemblance

[ ri-zem-bluhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF resemblance

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RESEMBLANCE

There was, indeed, a resemblance in their size and persons, which favoured the delusion.

Mr. Rockefeller did not discover the hog, but it is considered his by right of resemblance.

Our polite recognition of another's resemblance to ourselves.

He was studying the resemblance between Arabic and English words.

This resemblance was furthered by the fact that the man's profile was birdlike.

There were many points of resemblance between Altamont and Hatteras, but no affinities.

It is in the union of these two perceptions that his resemblance to Michael Angelo lies.

The resemblance to Maurice was startling, but it was nearly always fleeting.

Of course it was only a resemblance—but what was he waiting there for?

Innateness: no resemblance to her mother or forerunners on the maternal side.

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