Examples of likeness in a Sentence
a stamp bearing the likeness of a president
There's some likeness between them.
There's an uncanny likeness between them.
Recent Examples of likeness from the Web
And as soon as the legal framework is clear, developing a new policy on name, image and likeness.
Arike Ogunbowale, Notre Dame women's basketball player Dancing the salsa, score: 20 Ogunbowale is the first college athlete allowed to profit off her name, image and likeness on a television program.
So the dream of seeing his likeness in a video game eluded him.
Yet, Dylan has seemed to jump at the idea of using his image or likeness to sling yogurt, lingerie or SUVs.
Of particular note: The commission did not recommend paying student-athletes, either directly or through the Olympic sports model, which allows athletes to profit from their name, image or likeness.
Millicent Fawcett just became the first woman to have a statue erected in her likeness in London’s Parliament Square.
As Macron prepares to be feted at two fancy dinners and give a special speech to Congress, the White House and Elysee Palace are stressing their likenesses instead of points of discord.
However, the ruling does note that video game characters can serve as a likeness, similar to photographs and other depictions, even if the Lacey Jones character did not apply to Lohan.
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Synonym Discussion of likeness
- a remarkable likeness to his late father
- some similarity between the two cases
- statements that bear little resemblance to the truth
- two schools of social thought showing points of similitude
- pointed out analogies to past wars
LIKENESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of likeness for English Language Learners
: a picture of a person
: the quality or state of being alike or similar especially in appearance
LIKENESS Defined for Kids
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