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
Uluru resembles a giant submarine, yet the bulk of the impressive sandstone castle in the sand remains hidden underground.
The case would later be thrown out, but the event left Carter with a visceral commitment to the right to bear arms in self-defense and an equally visceral distrust of anything resembling government gun control.
Oddly enough, the first Super-Man was a villain with superpowers who resembled Lex Luthor.
That’s what Plunkett predicted his beloved newspaper would resemble within a few years.
Gill is a natural fit for the Eagles’ sound, and Frey resembles his father, vocally and physically.
With so many products on the shelves (both IRL and virtual), the top of your vanity or bathroom counter can sometimes end up resembling a cluttered version of the back corner of Sephora.
Set at the entrance, the bar is long and lit by what resemble restaurant kitchen heat lamps.
Deep red in color with bright red, raised spots covering their body and claws, these crayfish resemble miniature lobsters.
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Definition of resemble for English Language Learners
: to look or be like (someone or something)
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