similar appearance

See: analogy
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Lizzie took her right hand from the scull it held, and touched her lips with it, and for a moment held it out lovingly towards him: then, without speaking, she resumed her rowing, as another boat of similar appearance, though in rather better trim, came out from a dark place and dropped softly alongside.
I went so far as to regret the loss of the animal, and to look about me, among the vile haunts which I now habitually frequented, for another pet of the same species, and of somewhat similar appearance, with which to supply its place.
In company with Miss Monson was another young lady of about her own age, and of a very similar appearance as to dress and station.
Its name derives from its similar appearance to the far more venomous black widow spider, not found in Britain.
The devices have a similar appearance to mom and dad's smart watches, but are designed for kids and available in various fun colors.
After a night of drinking with his new friend discussing the possibilities made possible by their similar appearance, the stranger offers the actor a ride home.
A man of similar appearance was captured on CCTV in a Lidl store in nearby Duke Street a month ago and detectives are keen to eliminate the sighting from the inquiry.
The side walls of the movable bridges, category 'Nose Loader', shall be of glass and have a similar appearance to the permanent bridges.
They have linked the drugs with dangerous pills of a similar appearance which were in circulation in the Netherlands last month.
The drugs are chemically similar to methamphetamine, cocaine and ecstasy, and take their name from their similar appearance to the Epsom salt sprinkled in baths.
Despite its similar appearance to other robotic vacuums, the Scout RX1 ultimately trumps other models with its smartly built design.
The two are often confused because of their similar appearance.