Definition of lookalike in English:

lookalike

Line breaks: look|alike
Pronunciation: /ˈlʊkəlʌɪk
 
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noun

A person or thing that closely resembles another, especially someone who looks very similar to a famous person: an Elvis Presley lookalike
More example sentences
  • The success of Michael Kingsbury's production lies in having found genuine soundalikes and lookalikes.
  • A force takes footage of the suspected criminal and together with the suspect and their solicitor makes a selection of lookalikes from the thousands of images stored on a national database.
  • It was a unanimous decision that both Benjamin and Melissa were the best Harry Potter and Hermione Granger lookalikes from the ones received from people in and around Trowbridge.
Synonyms
double, twin, exact likeness, image, living image, mirror image, exact match, replica, clone, imitation, duplicate, copy, facsimile;
GermanDoppelgänger
informal spitting image, spit, spit and image, ringer, dead ringer

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