Semblance Definition

sĕmbləns
noun
Outward form or appearance; aspect.
Webster's New World
Seeming likeness; resemblance.
Webster's New World
A likeness, image, or representation.
Webster's New World
The barest trace; a modicum.
Not a semblance of truth to the story.
American Heritage
False, assumed, or deceiving form or appearance.
Webster's New World
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Other Word Forms of Semblance

Noun

Singular:
semblance
Plural:
semblances

Origin of Semblance

  • Middle English from Old French from sembler to resemble semblable

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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