Definitions

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  • n. Someone who physically resembles (looks like) someone else.

Etymologies

From look + alike. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Maybe the DiCaprio lookalike is going to run around inside different paintings like in the 2nd Looney Tunes movie, chased by half the guys from MADTv.

    Friedberg and Seltzer to Direct LA Art Movie: Could This Be a Twilight Spoof? | /Film

  • The Exile has the details and the download of part of the porn film, "Who's nailing Palin?" starring not only the Sarah Palin lookalike Lisa Ann but also a Hillary Clinton lookalike.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Conan O'Brien coming face to face with his so - called lookalike, Finland's president.

    CNN Transcript Feb 15, 2006

  • But I don't think that's Marvel's claim, rather Marvel is worried that the "lookalike" characters in CoH will dilute the value of the trademarked characters trademarks that are not agressively defended can be lost.

    Marvel & NCSoft Update

  • That’s how we so-called lookalike best friends ended up here together, remember?

    Sin in Soul's Kitchen

  • The machine used by some individuals to prove their charge was only a "lookalike" and not the one used by the EC which is manufactured by the Electronics Corporation of India Limited - ECIL

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Another 24 "lookalike" species, also in the Coralliidae family, would have been covered to prevent accidental harvesting.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • The campaign, called "What are the Odds?", will run for three months and include at least six films with "lookalike" celebrities.

    Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • Nor is it the first time he has been at the centre of 'lookalike' controversy.

    Home | Mail Online

  • The show is hinting at the fact that Sam is in a coma (the soap opera he sees has his "lookalike" in a coma, with Maya and Mom hovering around, the voices he hears seem to be talking to someone who is sleeping, the story of the hostage taker and his vegetable brother parallels that).

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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