What economists call assortive mating—the tendency to marry someone you resemble—is on the rise.
The North and South have come to resemble a couple who, although married, dream very different dreams.
Forgeries are works made deliberately to resemble the real thing.
In reality, all content and understanding of the past is sucked out, and the classroom begins to resemble the playground.
It does not resemble Earth logic, but very little about Washington does.
They resemble the squirrel in appearance as well as in some of their habits.
I answered that there was every reason why I should resemble her.
They live in houses which resemble beehives, into which you must creep.
Did they resemble the Aztecs in these respects or the West Indians?
Look at my face more attentively, and see if the features do not resemble those of a man much known to you formerly.
mid-14c., from Old French resembler "belike" (12c., Modern French ressemble), from re-, intensive prefix, + sembler "to appear, to seem, be like," from Latin simulare "to copy" (see similar (adj.)). Related: Resembled; resembling.