gostar, agradar, desejar, querer, preferir, apreciar, simpatizar com, convir, escolhergosto, semelhante, preferência, predileção, inclinação, anelo
Noun(1) similarity in appearance or character or nature between persons or things(2) picture consisting of a graphic image of a person or thing
(1) Most Protestants only get as far as calling Catholic statues and icons a likeness .(2) His fluency and ability to get a likeness produced portraits of inimitable ease in which things that move or flutter - faces, shawls, skirts, hair - are wonderfully realised.(3) Christianity presumes that we are creatures made in the image and likeness of God, destined for communion with God.(4) And although I don't see it myself, his likeness to the real thing is said to be so striking that he once stood in for the golfer in an American Express advert.(5) Judging from the past, we may safely infer that not one living species will transmit its unaltered likeness to a distant futurity.(6) For the man born without sin dwells among us as a man, not neglecting our humanity, because we too are human beings endowed with the breath of life, made after his image and likeness .(7) It's odd though to be in a building with all of those faces, who for some reason or another have left their mark, who have become iconic enough for postcards of their likeness to be peddled to tourists.(8) As a result we acquire some likeness to the Father and the Creator of all.(9) We have already remarked on one of these: their likeness to God and to the universe of beings - a property shared by no other creatures.(10) How much more can I rejoice, I who am made in your image and likeness ?(11) One says that our rights come by virtue of our humanity because we are created in God's image and likeness .(12) You too can add your face to the crowd by submitting your sketched likeness to the ever-growing collection.(13) The kids were beginning to see that a portrait is not just a drawing depicting a likeness .(14) Parental love is motivated by the child's intimate affinity and likeness to her.(15) a family likeness can be seen among all the boys(16) humans are described as being made in God's likeness
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