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.
Recent Examples of liken from the Web
Nat Smitobol, a counselor and former admissions officer at Skidmore and NYU, likens high school to a four-lap race.
Agnieszka Kurant offered a darker take, likening dollar-store goods to palliatives, painkillers and placebos.
The comparisons likening Whitley, Manuel, Neal and Jones to Tiger Woods in golf or the Williams sisters in tennis address only a fraction of the significance.
When Lorde likened celebrity and its restrictions to an autoimmune disease earlier this week, I was taken aback.
Now, the male crop-top aficionado has been attacked by something far more unexpected: the formerly long-haired brother band Hanson, who recently likened his music to chlamydia of the ear.
Temer quickly denied the report, which prompted the country’s Supreme Court justice, Carmen Lucia Rocha, to issue a harsh statement calling for a thorough investigation and likening the alleged practice to that of dictatorships.
Brad Adgate, a media consultant, likened the buzz to early rounds of the March Madness college-basketball tournament, where people watch games while pretending to work.
Mr. Geiger likened this process to the easy availability of credit before the housing crisis, and said the fallout from Pemberton meant that the financing arrangements behind festivals will most likely be tightened.
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