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soundalike

(ˈsaʊndəˌlaɪk)
n
a. a person or thing that sounds like another, often well-known, person or thing
b. (as modifier): a soundalike band.

sound•a•like

(ˈsaʊnd əˌlaɪk)

n.
one that sounds like another.
[1965–70]
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A MICHAEL Jackson soundalike who reached the Britain's Got Talent final is to join the cast of EastEnders.
A MICHAEL Jackson soundalike who reached the final of Britain's Got Talent is to join the cast of EastEnders.
The origins of such rumours are often unknown, but in this case, it's fair to say Sun Records were key conspirators by releasing tracks performed by Elvis soundalike Jimmy 'Orion' Ellis, without revealing his identity.
More than 70 guests, including the town's Deputy Mayor, Coun Pat Witherspoon, flocked to the salon's official opening night where they were treated to a red carpet reception and music from Gary Barlow soundalike singer Lee Crimp.
He once entered a Whicker soundalike contest and managed to finish in third place.
Bon Giovi is the UK's premier lookalike and soundalike tribute to the New Jersey rockers.
Many laboratory tests have similar, soundalike names.
But sadly comparing him as a soundalike to Robyn Lewis was not meant as a compliment.
The girls are desperate for another big hit with I Wish, despite the naff soundalike.
Stan Terry, from Malvern in Worcestershire, has performed around the world as a Rod Stewart soundalike.
The sound gets a melodic, anthemic punch, which helps to keep it on the right side of the line between emulation and soundalike.
For some reason - possibly because she believes the voting viewers are as stupid as she is - Silly Saskia, the Martine McCutcheon soundalike, is '1,000,000% certain' that the boorish bore will win this fiesta of tomfoolery.