Resemblance

Antonyms of RESEMBLANCE

Examples of usage:

  1. That is all the Resemblance between the Persons immediately concerned. "The Preface to the Aeneis of Virgil (1718)" by Joseph Trapp
  2. She ran into the room with great glee, to exhibit her treasure to Amy, but shrank away on seeing so many strange faces; every one, however, seemed to feel her appearance an indescribable relief; the shy Miss Stanley stooped to kiss her, and ask how old she was; her sister begged to know the name of the doll; and Amy's friend was delighted to find in her a resemblance to a sister of about the same age; while the two younger children looked with envy and admiration upon the handsome pink frock and bright blue bonnet, which was always the holiday dress of the beautiful doll. "Amy Herbert" by Elizabeth Sewell
  3. Mr. Manley was much more interested in the resemblance in character between Hutchings and Lord Loudwater. "The Loudwater Mystery" by Edgar Jepson
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