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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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.
Goto, who now opposes nuclear power, likens reactors to bedridden patients, who must be cared for and eventually properly buried, an onerous, decades or possibly centuries-long task for the industry.
Rolfing, while observing play at the NCAA Division I Golf Championships at Rich Harvest Farms, likened Woods' situation to his own: Rolfing is going strong after being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer of the salivary gland in the summer of 2015.
GMD’s mission presents a profound engineering challenge, often likened to hitting one speeding bullet with another.
Ramadan is often likened to a spiritual training camp.
The design is explicitly meant to recall a fountain, but numerous observers on social media have likened it to a spider — and some wags have altered renderings to insert a Godzilla battling the arachnid.
Fred Levine, an Oceanfront resident, likened the boardwalk to the 405 Freeway between the piers and said crashes are underreported.
Out of our national’s capital comes Broke Royals, a male duo with a sing-along, arena-ready sound that has likened them to Coldplay.
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