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
Olefsky likened the exosomes to radio messages, helping cells communicate with each other.
The ballot measure is a charter amendment that city officials liken to Pandora’s box.
Sherbrooke likens it to having a little Worcestershire sauce on a steak, versus a glass of it.
Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson likened domestic violence to heart disease because many describe it as a silent killer.
Tyler Joe Barrington likens our missiles to a car in idle mode.
Working at her usual spot alongside Armando Perez and Preech Narkthong, the petite 53-year-old mother of two has developed a series of moves that might be likened to the inside-the-paint game of an NBA center.
Rodgers likens it to being the only one on the road who is pulled over for a traffic offense.
Graham, presumably, didn’t mean to liken his bill to barbarism.
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