Likeness [noun]

Definition of Likeness:

correspondence in appearance; something that corresponds

Opposite/Antonyms of Likeness:

Sentence/Example of Likeness:

Geoff Keighley is also now a cosmetic in the game, with a new mask based on his likeness.

The athletic department also believes showcasing these stories can benefit athletes as the NCAA moves toward allowing college athletes to benefit from their names, images and likenesses.

The NCAA seems to be in the process of changing its rules about athletes using their “name, image, and likeness” for financial gain.

Your likeness doesn’t make it into the final production, but the result still has your signature and interpretation.

In case you’re not familiar with this wicked byproduct of AI progress, “deepfakes” refers to audio or visual files made using artificial intelligence that can manipulate peoples’ voices or likenesses to make it look like they said things they didn’t.

The vision of dreams is the resemblance of one thing to another: as when a man's likeness is before the face of a man.

In the splendid woman that entered, Monsieur de Garnache saw a wonderful likeness to the boy who stood beside him.

In like manner the mouth, from being a bare symbolic indication, gradually takes on form and likeness.

We notice that more attention is given to the problem of placing a feature than to that of making a likeness of it.

On inspection it was certainly a monstrous production, but it did present an ugly likeness of the coalheaver.