semblance


semblance
Semblance, Similitudo, Simulachrum, Effigies, Species.
Semblance d'aucun, Imago.
Semblance et representation de quelque chose, Idolum idoli.
La semblance des choses que nostre pensée à conceuës, Spectrum.
Quelque semblance et approche de diverses choses, Diuersarum rerum vicinia.
Quelques semblances de vertus, Simulachra virtutum.
Quelque semblance de verité, Veritatis vmbra.
Les statues et images sont la semblance du corps, Statuae et imagines simulachra sunt corporum.
Faire à la semblance d'un autre, Effingere.
Monstrer la semblance d'aucune vertu, Representer, Exemplum ac effigiem virtutis alicuius reddere.
Porter la semblance d'un autre, Formam alterius gerere.
Prendre la semblance d'estre vieil, AEtatem accipere.
Porter la semblance du pere, Paternam speciem gerere.
Prendre en sa pensée la semblance d'aucune chose, Imaginari.
Le miroir rend la semblance d'une personne, Speculum imaginat, Imaginem exprimit, aut reddit.
A la semblance, ou à la façon et maniere de, etc. Ad effigiem Macedoniae chlamydis.

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  • semblance — ⇒SEMBLANCE, subst. fém. Vieilli ou littér. A. Au sing. Apparence, aspect sous lequel se présente quelqu un ou quelque chose et qui évoque quelqu un ou quelque chose de comparable. Il était devenu tout à fait joli homme, ayant (...) toute une… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Semblance — Sem blance, n. [F. See {Semblable}, a.] 1. Seeming; appearance; show; figure; form. [1913 Webster] Thier semblance kind, and mild their gestures were. Fairfax. [1913 Webster] 2. Likeness; resemblance, actual or apparent; similitude; as, the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • semblance — c.1300, fact of appearing to view, from O.Fr. semblance, semblant likeness, appearance, from sembler to seem, appear, from L. simulare to resemble, imitate, from similis like (see SIMILAR (Cf. similar)). Meaning person s appearance or demeanor is …   Etymology dictionary

  • semblance — Semblance. s. f. Image, figure de quelque chose. Il n a guere d usage que dans cette phrase, Dieu a fait l homme à son image & semblance …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • semblance — I noun air, appearance, aspect, bearing, closeness, copy, counterpart, effect, example, exterior, guise, identity, illusion, image, imago, likeness, look, mien, outward form, replica, representation, resemblance, sameness, show, similarity,… …   Law dictionary

  • semblance — *appearance, look, aspect Analogous words: *likeness, similitude, resemblance, analogy, affinity: *pose, affectation, air: *form, figure, shape …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • semblance — [n] aura, appearance affinity, air, alikeness, analogy, aspect, bearing, comparison, facade, face, false front*, feel, feeling, figure, form, front, guise, image, likeness, mask, mien, mood, pose, pretense, resemblance, seeming, show, showing,… …   New thesaurus

  • semblance — ► NOUN ▪ the outward appearance or apparent form of something. ORIGIN from Old French sembler seem , from Latin similare simulate …   English terms dictionary

  • semblance — [sem′bləns] n. [ME < OFr < sembler, to seem, appear < L similare, to make like < similis, like: see SAME] 1. outward form or appearance; aspect 2. seeming likeness; resemblance 3. a likeness, image, or representation 4. false, assumed …   English World dictionary

  • semblance — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ vague ▪ Brad had his emotions under a vague semblance of control. VERB + SEMBLANCE ▪ have ▪ lack ▪ T …   Collocations dictionary


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