Adjectives for Resemblance | Words to describe Resemblance

  • Perfect
  • Superficial
  • Personal
  • Christmas-Card
  • Faint
  • Definite
  • Little
  • Wonderful
  • Scant
  • Real
  • Accidental
  • Slight
  • Extraordinary
  • External
  • Strong
  • Vague
  • Great
  • Natural
  • Noticeable
  • Profound
  • Considerable
  • Defaced
  • Clean
  • Remarkable
  • Striking
  • Singular
  • General
  • Much
  • Distant
  • Uncomfortable
  • Close
  • Odd
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    • 1. Rosanna did not believe that the two were identical although she admitted there was a close resemblance. 🔊
    • 2. But such circumstances as these are not sufficient to account for the great resemblance between the two systems. 🔊
    • 3. In its remodeled condition, with its setting of closely cropped lawn, it bears little resemblance to the ugly farmhouse of a few years ago. 🔊
    • 4. She wore a great resemblance to her father, and suggested, as he did, the fresh airs and open spaces of a younger world. 🔊
    • 5. But it does not for this reason bear any real resemblance to our modern Western positivism, nor give it any reason to be sanguine. 🔊
    • 6. Perhaps they discovered a remarkable resemblance between me and one who stood in the relation of son to Welbeck, and of brother to the lady. 🔊
    • 7. She bore a striking resemblance to her grandfather, and, although a woman of commanding presence, was simple and unaffected in manner. 🔊
    • 8. Sullivan Smith became aware of a ravishing melodiousness in the soliloquy, as well as a clean resemblance in the simile. 🔊
    • 9. The folk-beliefs attached to the megalithic monuments of Brittany are numerous, but nearly all of them bear a strong resemblance to each other. 🔊
    • 10. It may be described as bearing a general resemblance to the third and fully developed larval form (Fig. 🔊
    • 11. Sometimes, as in the Egyptian sphinx, the natural resemblance of a stone to a living form has been accentuated and increased by art. 🔊
    • 12. These symbols have a strong resemblance to certain markings on the Breton rocks, and are thought to possess an alphabetic or magical significance. 🔊
    • 13. The Irish Parliament of 1782 bore little resemblance to that which sat in that kingdom after the period of the first of these revolutions. 🔊
    • 14. I looked at him and started, as if I had seen a ghost, for this thin, tall rider was the perfect resemblance of his father. 🔊
    • 15. He looked at them all; and each reminded him of Doña Rita, either by some profound resemblance or by the startling force of contrast. 🔊
    • 16. Many utterances show how easily at this period objects that have only a slight resemblance to one another or only a few qualities in common are included in one concept. 🔊
    • 17. It is clear that this myth accounts at once for the fossil creatures found in the rocks and for the merely accidental resemblance to animals of stones now employed as fetishes. 🔊
    • 18. This conclusion is strengthened in this case by the strong resemblance of the first part of No. 24 to the symbol for the month Mol. 🔊
    • 19. Perhaps he had some distant resemblance to a polar bear with a hide of feathers instead of hair, but his roaring was like the roaring of a hippopotamus. 🔊
    • 20. The stones with a natural resemblance to animals are most valued when they are old and long in use, and the orthodox or priestly theory is that they are petrifactions of this or that beast. 🔊
    • 21. There is a great resemblance between, the whole frame and constitution of the Greek and Latin Churches. 🔊
    • 22. Who should give back to the copy the lost harmony, and reimprint the defaced resemblance, save the perfect Image of God? 🔊
    • 23. There are some who say that this statement must be received with caution, although they admit that the half and quarter notes do bear a very singular resemblance to pins. 🔊
    • 24. He looked at Orren for a moment and thought about the remarkable resemblance he had to his father, the late Cardinal Allen. 🔊
    • 25. These and many such questions can be as solemn, as perplexing and as engrossing as any that exercised the inmates of the Monastery to which we here find so much resemblance. 🔊
    • 26. This firm found that Chinese yellow-dog wood, when cut into proper sizes, bore a strong superficial resemblance to real Turkey rhubarb. 🔊
    • 27. Though the dialect is different they present, in the form of the tales and in the manner of expression, a wonderful resemblance to the sacred writings of the Buddhists. 🔊
    • 28. The success of the whole business depended on the fact that brass filings, which bear a strong external resemblance to gold dust, are dissipated in the strong heat of the blow-pipe. 🔊
    • 29. In some points he has but too much resemblance to his unfortunate brother, who, with all his weaknesses, had a good understanding, and many parts of an excellent man and a good king. 🔊
    • 30. As a mere matter of personal convenience, this quality bears scant resemblance to the weapons enumerated by S. Paul in the Christian panoply. 🔊
    • 31. Indeed, the head of any Thysanurous insect seen from above, bears a general resemblance in some of its features to that of the Centipede and its allies. 🔊
    • 32. He haled forth from beneath the wagon cover two solemn-eyed and sleepy little girls, perhaps five years of age, and of so close a personal resemblance to each other as impressed all as uncanny. 🔊
    • 33. The branches tore our clothes and made sad havoc of our disguises, but this last accident proved a blessing in disguise, for it made us stop at a pond and restore to our faces their natural resemblance. 🔊
    • 34. They are somewhat reassured when a very civil young master, with some odd resemblance to the old eagle-faced Squire, requests them to light a fire and show him to a room. 🔊
    • 35. In museums, where sculptured heads of Roman generals and emperors stand around the wall on pedestals, it would not be difficult to pick several that bore more than a faint resemblance to him. 🔊
    • 36. A small vessel of sphynx-like appearance, possibly derived more or less remotely from a skin vessel, has a noticeable resemblance to some life form, Fig. 🔊
    • 37. Swathing in this way their natural charms, this costume gave them a vague resemblance to Egyptian hermae; though from these blocks of muslin rose enchanting little heads of tender melancholy. 🔊
    • 38. To the latter country, indeed, the Comtat Grignan bears a striking resemblance in the characteristic features which prevail through the greater part of it. 🔊
    • 39. The skulls do not show, either dorsally or in the palate, any striking resemblance to those of generalized salamanders, and certainly most known lepospondyls are too specialized to serve as the source of Urodela. 🔊
    • 40. The following extracts from that fine old play, "The Witch of Edmonton," bear a strong resemblance to the scene described in the text. 🔊
    • 41. The sauce should be the thickness of rich cream when poured out, and is, in my opinion, far superior to the famed Bengal chattny, to which it bears considerable resemblance. 🔊
    • 42. Somewhat they are corrupted into the fashion of the Sarmatians by the inter-marriages of the principal sort with that nation: from whence the Venedians have derived very many of their customs and a great resemblance. 🔊
    • 43. Cassandra, who happened to be in the temple at the time, noticed Paris closely, and observing that he bore a strong resemblance to her brothers, she asked him about his birth and age. 🔊
    • 44. As for Marcel Junior, he really does look a little like Peter; a sort of a Christmas-card resemblance to a strong type. 🔊
    • 45. His courage, as darkness fell in the woodland clearing, ebbed until he was reduced to a sniveling, sobbing wretch with scant resemblance to the swaggering monster that had bullied Penelope. 🔊
    • 46. Still, the same mop of red, curly hair; and, after all, did he but open his eyes Shaughnessy thought there would be a definite resemblance to another. 🔊
    • 47. Apart from the substance of the case, it will interest the reader to see that an American brief bears but little resemblance to the ponderous document known by that name in England. 🔊
    • 48. In St. Petersburg one hundred sixty thousand working men threatened an upheaval which bore an uncomfortable resemblance to the revolutionary conditions of 1905. 🔊
    • 49. I have already called attention to the close resemblance between them, but the fact is so important in any endeavor to explain the Mound-Builders that I must bring it to view here. 🔊
    • 50. He understood now the cause of the amazement on the part of Lambro and Jacintha when they first beheld Barbara; they were doubtless startled by her extraordinary resemblance to their previous guest. 🔊

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