Some common synonyms for resemblance are analogy, resemblance, resemblance, and resemblance. While all of these words mean « correspondence or correspondence in detail, » resemblance implies a closer convergence than resemblance, which often implies that things are just a little similar. While in some cases the resemblance is almost identical, the resemblance applies primarily to the correspondence between abstractions. The words similarity and resemblance can be used in similar contexts, but resemblance implies resemblance primarily in appearance or in external qualities. There is such a resemblance in all these statues that a representation of a statue will suffice. The more she thought about the resemblance of the stories, the stronger her sympathies were on poor Grace`s side. Spitting and image The exact image, image or equivalent; a duplicate, a duplicate; A chip from the old block. This expression implies that two people are so similar (normally in appearance) that at least figuratively one could have been spat into the other`s mouth, an interesting concept, especially in light of recent breakthroughs in the fields of genetics and cloning. As an ancient expression was the skewer, the image serves to emphasize resemblance in appearance. This resemblance did not push them to become friends; In fact, it had the opposite effect. The fact that the planets shine through sunlight immediately indicates the resemblance between them and our Earth.
Their resemblance to those where the Indians make ice is very obvious. Dante replied: You wouldn`t wonder if you knew that friendship was based on the similarity of habits and dispositions. The Duchess of Devonshire hardly deserves censorship in disguise; Except in beauty and talents, there was no resemblance. Everyone had their qualities, but everyone had points of similarity. At first glance, it does not seem to have a similarity between the mouth of a biting insect and an insect living by aspiration. In some situations, the words analogy and resemblance are roughly equivalent. The analogy, however, implies similarity or parallelism in relationships and not in appearance or qualities. A good architect was not an « imitator cat », nor did he walk in the footsteps. (Oxford Times, April 24, 1931) a man of my kidney A person whose character and predisposition are similar to his. In this expression, the kidney carries its visual sense of nature, temperament or constitution. The phrase appeared in Shakespeare`s merry Wives of Windsor: even before Carroll`s fictional creations were named in this way, the terms were used in contexts that concerned insignificant differences, petty quarrels, delicate arguments, etc.
such as the following application: I played hazlitt, Lamb, Wordsworth, Sir Thomas Browne to the seduced monkeys. Whether you like it or not, it`s the way to learn to write. Follow the tracks to imitate; follow the example or conduct of another; to mimic the performance of a predecessor. The implication here is that to be like a respected and admired person, one must follow his example, that is, follow the figurative traces he has taken on his way to success. The next serious eruption was a tripartite affair between the gangs of Joe Saltis (who had recently taken the capone train) and « Dingbat » O`Berta. (Arthur B. Reeve, The Golden Age of Crime, 1931) two schools of social thought that show points of similarity Think of a man of my kidney; . It is as heat resistant as butter. (III, v) Although the train is still most often associated with politics, it is used in other contexts: take a page from [someone`s] book to follow another`s example to copy or imitate someone else; Also to take a sheet of someone`s book. The allusion is literary plagiarism, but the expression is now only used in a positive sense. . .