His likeness adorns the more expensive posters, calendars and tea towels inside the store.
She had gotten his likeness tattooed on her upper arm, and she raised her sleeve to show it to a reporter.
But in France, a country lousy with marble generals, his likeness is nowhere to be found.
If her likeness on the billboard makes waves, why stop there?
Other demonstrators held up photos of Martin Luther King, Jr.—some wore masks of his likeness, too—and Frederick Douglas.
Whilst he spoke I thought I could discover a likeness in his face to my father.
There seems to be some likeness in the positions of Paul and myself.
Let us make a likeness of one who hunts the moose or elk in some mighty wood.
The dissimilarity of the plays only accentuates the likeness of the two protagonists.
They were both settled by Englishmen, but there the likeness stops.