resemble[ ri-zem-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF resemble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RESEMBLE
I answered that there was every reason why I should resemble her.
If we are like you in the rest, we will resemble you in that.
It is our duty to resemble him as much as we can; that is to say, as much as an ape can resemble a man.
I earnestly hope it may not resemble any type of death to which we are liable.
They all had a human form and did not resemble their mother.
Did they resemble the Aztecs in these respects or the West Indians?
"Say rather an ass, shaved and painted to resemble a zebra," muttered John.
The name was unlucky; and besides, the child did not resemble his family.
Frequently when found in the egg state they resemble a small puff-ball.
The pores become torn so that they resemble the teeth of the Hydnum.