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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Enrollees in its Executive Success Programs paid handsomely for his advice, but the organization also drew criticism from people who likened it to a cult.
The right-hander, who grew up near St. Louis and played for Drury University in Springfield, Mo., has been likened in pitching style to Kyle Hendricks of the Cubs.
Carter marvels in the trailer) to Eminem, whose particular verse-syncopation is likened to an embodiment of percussion.
Jacob Rees-Mogg, who once likened a status-quo transition to being a vassal state, said Britain had rolled over without even getting its tummy tickled.
Michigan has had a different edge about the way its played basketball this season and Simpson, a 6-foot, 180-pound ball of muscle who likens himself to a middle linebacker, has been one of the main reasons for it.
Though many scientists who have looked at aufeis have been engineers or hydrologists, a team of ecologists are likening the ice fields to oases in the cold desert of the Arctic.
In the early days of the lie detector, G.K. Chesterton’s Father Brown likened the device to an embodiment of medieval superstition: a mingling of hope and misunderstanding and magic.
In a recent press interview, Liam Fox's own former permanent secretary, Sir Martin Donnelly, likened leaving the customs union to giving up a three-course meal for a packet of crisps.
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