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resemble (someone or something) in (some manner or aspect)

To bear a resemblance to or seem quite like someone or something in some particular aspect, manner, or regard. It certainly resembles a classic '80s action film in its aesthetic and tone, but because it's being approximated, it just doesn't manage to feel authentic. A lot of people say I resemble my mother in my hard-headed resolve, which I always take as a compliment. He actually resembles the famous president in his peculiar manner of speaking.
See also: manner, resemble

resemble someone or something in something

to look or seem like someone or something. You resemble my Uncle Herman in the way you walk. This resembles vanilla ice cream in flavor, but not in consistency.
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These include VJ51 NGH, resembling the name of the golfer V J Singh.
class="MsoNormalWhile the law prohibits wearing clothes resembling police and military uniforms, it does not specify what these uniforms look like in terms of design and colour patterns.
19 ( ANI ): Remains of an animal resembling a dinosaur have been recovered in Uttarakhand's Jaspur city, said police on Sunday.
In Study for Woman Monument #3, 1976, a figure stands tall, the raised arms resembling a candelabra, but her frail body tapers to one leg.
The researchers targeted genes with sequences resembling those for the receptors that Ryba and Zucker found in 1999.
In each case, the person most resembling themselves was preferred almost two thirds of the time - significantly higher than being down to chance alone.
In a drawing from 1961, a dry-brushed wavy line resembling a mountain range progresses from the left near the top of the page but never completes the journey to the right-hand side; the empty page encroaches from three directions onto the fragile form.
coli also make proteins resembling Dps, Kolter and his colleagues speculated that they had found a common bacterial strategy to safeguard DNA.
Operating by a logic in which structural and aesthetic functions go hand in hand, Nickell clusters them into formations resembling necklaces, chandeliers, bouquets, and windows of leaded glass, harnessing his materials' translucency, malleability, reflectivity, rigidity, and tensile strength.
Moreover, when treated with blood-depleting agents, the mice have trouble recovering, an impairment resembling the difficulties that many elderly people face after chemotherapy or surgery.
Glass Conduits, 1999, by Rita McBride, also plays off its site: Glass ducts resembling old-fashioned pneumatic tubes appear to pierce the museum's floor and ceiling, as if attempting to forge a physical connection between the two levels.
By sifting through the hundreds of extra genes active in the taste cells, they found one, named TRI, that encodes a cell-surface protein somewhat resembling receptors for glutamate and pheromones, the odorless molecules that many mammals sense with their noses (SN: 3/14/98, p.
Isolation Chamber for the Upper Half of One's Body, 2000, is more mundane in appearance, resembling a large circular bathtub with a waist-sized hole in the bottom.
Supporting this theory, the rod-shaped organelles look like bacteria, have their own small number of genes, and replicate by splitting in two in a manner closely resembling bacterial reproduction.
The double open-ended garage at the front, resembling a clever car wash, has angled walls as well.