Definition of semblable in English:

semblable

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Pronunciation: /ˈsɛmbləb(ə)l
 
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noun

literary
A counterpart or equal to someone: there was Dodge, her semblable, her conspirator
More example sentences
  • Understood in the neo-Scholastic sense, the mold represents the infinitely reproducible semblables.
  • His self-analysis in paint draws us in as analysts who are also, as Baudelaire would have put it, his semblables, his spiritual kin.

Origin

Middle English (as an adjective meaning 'like, similar'): from Old French, from sembler 'seem'.

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