Examples of resemble in a Sentence
He strongly resembles his father in appearance and in temperament.
Terrier dogs closely resemble each other.
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Just a century ago, pregnancy testing still resembled something out of a Flintstones cartoon.
One of them resembles the one worn by the England soccer squad in its Tuesday night World Cup victory over Colombia in Moscow.
Blood says the flooding is typical for Houston and will not at all resemble the devastating floods caused last year by Hurricane Harvey.
Turkey today resembles the days leading up to the Khomeini revolution in Iran.
The collision took place amid the Phillie Phanatic’s hot-dog launch, in which the team’s longtime green and furry mascot uses what resembles a rocket launcher to propel wieners into the stands between innings.
At a temporary shelter less than a mile from the border, Carmen, the Salvadoran immigrant, breastfed her baby daughter in what resembled an empty warehouse.
The Neanderoid neurons also make fewer synaptic connections, creating what resembles an abnormal neuronal network.
Nothing about Wednesday’s visitors resembled a team that can handle itself at a World Cup.
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RESEMBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resemble for English Language Learners
: to look or be like (someone or something)
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