Examples of resemble in a Sentence
He strongly resembles his father in appearance and in temperament.
Terrier dogs closely resemble each other.
Recent Examples of resemble from the Web
The group entered Brown’s outer office, which resembles a large dining room, with a wooden farmhouse table and long benches.
New Gods will tell the story of all-powerful beings who live on two separate planets — a hell-esque landscape, and one that resembles paradise.
Some of these stone tools were specialized to either be attached to shafts or be thrown as projectiles, while others resemble scrapers and awls.
Both are made by shaping acrylic, but while the unicorn version resembles a horn on top of the nail bed, the corkscrew nails are shaped in a coil completely off the nail tip.
The research also indicates that planets orbiting red dwarfs may be remarkably similar to planets orbiting stars that resemble the Sun, known as solar-type stars.
Though some people worry this could cause runny poops that resemble diarrhea, Dr. Frankhouse says this actually isn’t the case.
There's no chance the Saints will offer Graham any deal closely resembling this year's tag or the tight end's last deal with the Saints.
Many Pioneer parents and teachers are skeptical that the change will lead toward anything resembling improvement.
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Definition of resemble for English Language Learners
: to look or be like (someone or something)
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