blance

as·sem·blance;
re·sem·blance;
sem·blance;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • dis|sem|blance — «dih SEHM bluhns», noun. 1. the act of dissembling; dissimulation. 2. Archaic. lack of resemblance; unlikeness; dissimilarity …   Useful english dictionary

  • re|sem|blance — «rih ZEHM bluhns», noun. 1. likeness; similar appearance: »Twins often show great resemblance. There are certain resemblances between the two cases. 2. appearance: »under the resemblance of a mist. 3. a copy; image. ╂[< Anglo F …   Useful english dictionary

  • sem|blance — «SEHM bluhns», noun. 1. a) outward appearance: »Their story had the semblance of truth, but was really false. b) an assumed or unreal appearance of something; mere show: »He was convicted without even the semblance of a trial. 2. a) a likeness;… …   Useful english dictionary

  • vrai|sem|blance — «vreh sahn blahnS», noun. appearance of truth; likelihood; verisimilitude. ╂[< French vraisemblance < vrai true + semblance appearance] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • sem·blance — /ˈsɛmbləns/ noun [singular] : the state of being somewhat like something but not truly or fully the same thing usually + of They found it hard to maintain any semblance of control. [=to maintain any appearance of having control; to maintain any… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sem — ar·sem; as·sem·blance; as·sem·ble; as·sem·blé; as·sem·bly·man; di·sem·a·tism; dis·sem·ble; dis·sem·bler; dis·sem·bling·ly; dis·sem·i·nate; dis·sem·i·na·tion; dis·sem·i·na·tor; dis·sem·i·nule; em·phy·sem·a·tous; geth·sem·a·ne; in·sem·i·nate;… …   English syllables

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