There was no being displeased with such an encourager, for his admiration made him discern a likeness
almost before it was possible.
Full of faith and hope, Ernest doubted not that what the people said was true, and that now he was to behold the living likeness
of those wondrous features on the mountainside.
Apollo then went up to Hector and spurred him on to fight, in the likeness
of Phaenops son of Asius who lived in Abydos and was the most favoured of all Hector's guests.
Soon you see him returning with Kolory, who bears the god Moa Artua in his arms, and carries in one hand a small trough, hollowed out in the likeness
of a canoe.
It must be confessed that a family likeness
pervaded these respectable progeny of Drowne's skill; that the benign countenance of the king resembled those of his subjects, and that Miss Peggy Hobart, the merchant's daughter, bore a remarkable similitude to Britannia, Victory, and other ladies of the allegoric sisterhood; and, finally, that they all had a kind of wooden aspect which proved an intimate relationship with the unshaped blocks of timber in the carver's workshop.
Still more wonderful was how it contained the likeness
of one who might be a brother, or, more likely, the father of this woodland demi-god who was even ignorant of the fact that the locket opened.
The first thing in the morning I sent a polite note to Gentleman Jones, informing him that I had abandoned all idea of exhibiting his likeness
to the public in my series of prints, and giving him full permission to inspect every design I made before it went out of the prison.
By fine degrees the shadows assumed a more and more marked outline, until they presented themselves in the likeness
of two robed figures, one taller than the other.
As we had few acquaintances in common, the fact of our extraordinary likeness
was little known.
I am Barbicane's likeness
, and Barbicane is Nicholl's.
Whenever an erroneous representation is made of the nature of gods and heroes,--as when a painter paints a portrait not having the shadow of a likeness
to the original.
The intellect pierces the form, overleaps the wall, detects intrinsic likeness
between remote things and reduces all things into a few principles.
Raving of the reason was likeness
to God, and doubt was sin.
My dear Philip, although she is not half so pretty, she is, nevertheless, by one of those extraordinary caprices of accidental resemblance which one sometimes sees, the living likeness
, in her hair, her complexion, the colour of her eyes, and the shape of her face '"
It's not a likeness
of anybody that you or I know, I expect.