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
New Athletic Director Andy Lambert, who was hired in March, likened his arrival at Lake Zurich High School to walking into a hornet's nest.
On Friday, Legg likened the Shanda buyback to an acceleration of the company’s planned share buybacks for the next three quarters.
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg likened reviving the coal industry to resurrecting the telegraph industry.
Bernstein likened the behavior of the drug companies to that of tobacco companies years ago, which attempted to downplay the health risks of smoking.
Pinto likened these young men to the Islamic State group, or ISIS, fighters in the Middle East who use religion as an excuse for violence.
During an interview with Today, Dr. Oz likened pho to chicken soup — just with a lot of spices added to it.
Linebacker Christian Kirksey likened the flight to any other long road trip, just with a few extra hours tacked on.
Zugazagoitia likened the originals to the Mona Lisa: The museums that own them do not lend them out.
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