Definition of soundalike in English:

soundalike

Syllabification: sound·a·like
Pronunciation: /ˈsoundəˌlīk
 
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noun

A person or thing that closely resembles another in sound, especially someone whose voice or style of speaking or singing is very similar to that of a famous person.
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  • The teenage songstress was up against some strong competition, including performances from soundalikes singing as Justin Hawkins, Luther Vandross and Dido.
  • The lush environments are inviting, but the characters' voices have been provided by soundalikes, rather than the film's stars.
  • The success of the production lies in having found genuine soundalikes and lookalikes.

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