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semblance
used in Howards End

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Definition
a small amount of something; or something resembling (looking like) something else
  • Though no more Old English than the works of Kipling, it had selected its reminiscences so adroitly that her criticism was lulled, and the guests whom it was nourishing for imperial purposes bore the outer semblance of Parson Adams or Tom Jones.
    Chapter 17 (58% in)

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