Examples of resemblance in a Sentence
He doesn't look exactly like his father, but there is some resemblance.
There is no resemblance between her and her sister.
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Most of what’s on the budget agenda probably won’t bear much resemblance to Trump’s spending plan, which promised deep spending cuts on domestic programs, rapid economic growth, and a balanced federal ledger in a decade.
Now, Lawrence Patrick Sullivan, whose facial tattoos bear a strong resemblance to the Joker character from the Batman movies, has been busted for pot, according to news reports.
But with a massive budget, the movie bore little resemblance to the series beyond the name and the characters.
Spirit of America's work bears some resemblance to the military program, but the organization says its projects are much smaller and go through more rigorous vetting - often with the approval of a U.S. ambassador or senior diplomat.
The production car retains a Bentley Flying Spur silhouette, and the Revel speaker grilles carry an uncanny resemblance to their Burmester counterparts in a Mercedes.
With his rugged, broad face, icy blue eyes and a head of thick auburn hair, Milo bears an uncanny resemblance to his pop (just look at those beards) — no doubt a good sign for his Hollywood future.
Athletes ran on a perfectly flat surface, one that bore no resemblance to the grassy fields and rocky hills of their homes or battlefields.
To some, the specimen has a baffling combination of small dimensions and coarse features, bearing little resemblance either to modern humans or to our large, archaic cousins.
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First Known Use of resemblance
Synonym Discussion of resemblance
RESEMBLANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resemblance for English Language Learners
: the state of looking or being like someone or something else
: something that makes one person or thing like another
RESEMBLANCE Defined for Kids
Definition of resemblance for Students
: the quality or state of being similar to another
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