The state or quality of resembling, especially similarity in appearance or in external or superficial details. See Synonyms at likeness.(noun)
Something that resembles another; a likeness or semblance.(noun)
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Use "resemblance" in a sentence
"Darwinian theory, the resemblance must have come about gradually, and in its beginnings it cannot have profited the mimic _as a resemblance_."
"Now the nature of the material evidence is plainly this, that the resemblance of camels to deer, oxen, etc., in chewing the cud, justifies us in believing that they have a further resemblance in feeding on herbs; in other words, we assume that _resemblance is a ground of inference_."
"But a word resemblance is still broken if any one letter in the word differs."