resemblance

Part of speech: noun

Likeness.

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Usage examples "resemblance":

  1. They have a beautiful house in Japanese style, with a foreign style addition, like most of the houses of the rich, the Japanese part having no resemblance whatever to the foreign, which is so much less beautiful. - "Letters from China and Japan", John Dewey Alice Chipman Dewey.
  2. The creature looked upward at Curtis, who was head and shoulders taller, and its resemblance changed again in Stern's mind, so that now it looked like a dog, at least in attitude. - "Martians Never Die", Lucius Daniel.
  3. Is your contry resemblance to dat? - "Ungava", R.M. Ballantyne.