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re•sem•blant

(rɪˈzɛm blənt)

adj.
1. having a resemblance or similarity (sometimes fol. by to).
2. producing or dealing in representations.
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Resemblant of its name, Irie Hemp Company believes that CBD (Cannabidiol), the powerful phytocannabinoid in cannabis, should be available to all, not just to those who can afford it.
OUR performance at Crystal Palace was resemblant of a team who are willing to take a couple of steps back.
67) In l'Aigle a deux tetes this mechanism is even transposed into the staged fiction as a mise en abyme when, in the first act, we perceive an immense portrait of the deceased king in the queen's bedroom, after which Stanislas enters the same room and indeed doubles the painted image through his strikingly resemblant "liveness"' (68) This duality, however, is double only in a strictly poetic sense, as the ontological effect and cognitive affect so generated thrives on precisely the "perverse" tension between recognition and estrangement.