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semblable

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adjective sem·bla·ble \ ˈsem-blə-bəl \
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of semblable

semblably

play \ˈsem-blə-blē\ adverb

Origin and Etymology of semblable

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from sembler to be like, seem


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semblable

noun

Definition of semblable

1 archaic :something similar :like
2 :one that is like oneself :one's fellow

First Known Use of semblable

15th century


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