from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that closely resembles another; a double.
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- n. A person who is visually similar to another; a double.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who closely resembles a famous person (especially an actor)
- adj. resembling closely
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After a while, algorithms could mine those portraits for patterns for so-called look-alike models: What traits predicted whether someone was a likely donor to an environmental cause?
2. Henry Hub Natural Gas Last Day HH: Also known as the look-alike last day financial futures, these contracts represent 10,000 mmBtu and the futures settle on the last trading day for each contract month.
Devon Scott, 14, could have been expelled for at least one year if district officials had adhered to a strict interpretation of the state's zero-tolerance weapons policy and the federal Gun-Free Schools Act, which, in theory, apply even to look-alike weapons.
Don't see how a Nerf gun could be considered a look-alike weapon.
The United States needs a heavy lift booster and a new effort to reach beyond LEO more than we need another Great Society look-alike program.
Mr. Cook has a better chance of winning a Raul Malo look-alike contest than ever being a leader.
No previews available, but we're promised a randy club promoter, a Jordan look-alike and a popstrel who wants to be the next Cheryl Cole.
That's the top prize at DC101's annual costume contest, where in recent years winners have included a perfectly coiffed McLovin look-alike and an elaborate (and homemade) Optimus Prime outfit with glowing headlights and taillights.
But we can be certain of several things, which is that she has a very strong chin, hooked nose very much like her father's, sunken eyes - no great beauty, by no means an Elizabeth Taylor look-alike.
One section of the city, spread over several square blocks, is known as "Christmas Village," stacked with some 260 look-alike shops offering all the accoutrements of modern-day American Christmas - the plastic snowmen and reindeer for the front lawn, stockings for the chimneys and brightly painted ornaments for the trees.