…of being mere fictions and semblances, like the drama itself; towards which, Sancho-and, as a necessary consequence, towards those who represent and produce it—I would that thou wert favourably disposed, for they are all instruments of great good to the State, placing before us at every step a mirror in which we may see vividly displayed what goes on in human life; nor is there any similitude that shows us more faithfully what we are and ought to be than the play and the players.
There are no more uses of "similitude" in the book.
Show samples from other sources
People are drawn to communities of similitude.
the dream had too much similitude of the fact
Daniel Defoe -- The Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe