Examples of liken in a Sentence
he generally likened a root canal to some horrible form of torture
I think that we can liken the two pianists, at least in terms of natural talent.
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Herbst likens state politics to a big, unruly family.
During the presentation, Google likened the development of Duplex to that of a self-driving car.
Vertly’s Mata likens using whole-plant CBD to eating a whole-foods diet.
In the paper, published on Wednesday in PLOS ONE, researchers liken the tongues of most dinosaurs to those of alligators, which are firmly attached to the floor of the mouth.
Cox said in a statement, likening his experience in business to Trump’s.
As Kaplan reports, Peter Kurczynski, a program director for the National Science Foundation, likens the process to turning on all but one radio station, and then looking for the missing station.
A day earlier, in an interview with the Guardian, Comey likened the detention centers for immigrants arriving in the U.S. to the Japanese internment camps during World II and the civil rights struggles of the 1960s.
Katie Luber, director of the San Antonio Museum of Art, likens her first meeting with the director of Museo del Prado to a parish priest making a request of the pope.
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