the only known likeness of Dorothy as a young woman
That the portraits of Beethoven did not bear much likeness to the composer could be deemed a deliberate transgression.
Thus, in addition to their likeness to executives with options packages, pundits also closely resemble mutual fund managers, and the people who invest with them.
Every house was unique, but had the same likeness to it.
Just as we have often made God in our own image and likeness , we now may run the risk of being shaped by machines we have created.
The kids were beginning to see that a portrait is not just a drawing depicting a likeness .
From the very beginning, he wanted a people who would welcome him into their hearts and yield to him as he shaped them into his likeness .
Judging from the past, we may safely infer that not one living species will transmit its unaltered likeness to a distant futurity.
Gerry is philosophical about his legendary likeness to the wayward footy genius Bestie, which is a constant source of amusement to drinkers in Skelton.
On the one hand, for the religious mainstream, virginity during the Middle Ages was the sign of highest moral purity and devotion, in likeness to the virtue of the Virgin Mary.