Antonyms for resembled

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In this he resembled a dog who barks when a stranger approaches.

As they approached it, the dull hue that lay upon it resembled that of the leaden sky.

Her purity, her goodness, all that which resembled her in Nature, returned to her and saved her.

With his spotless hue, he resembled a snow drift, wafted along by the wind.

He listened in a stillness of dread which resembled the immobility of profound attention.

Then poor Bornier, who resembled a Breton gnome, came up to me.

I left this city with regret, for it resembled no other city I had visited up to then.

That man ever after spoke of the soutar with a respect that resembled awe.

It was no satisfaction that Boris resembled her in character.

Faithful had met with trials; but his trials have not resembled Christian's.