Related formslife·like·ness, nounun·life·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for lifelike
Robert dons a lifelike bodysuit and throws on a wig and a dress.
For my money, Dana Brody is the most lifelike teenager character on television since Freaks and Geeks was canceled 13 years ago.‘Homeland’ Star Morgan Saylor: TV’s Most Hated Character Talks Back|Andrew Romano|October 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Because taxidermy uses “derma” (skin) to create a lifelike replica, a preserved creature triggers deep emotions in us.
Mr Saltzburg gave a spirited and lifelike representation of a manager laughing ha-ha when begged to disgorge a libretto.The Little Warrior|P. G. Wodehouse
Then they would have buried her, but that she still looked so fresh and lifelike, and had such lovely rosy cheeks.Favorite Fairy Tales|Various
Friend Ricketson,—I was much pleased with your lively and lifelike account of your voyage.The Writings of Henry David Thoreau, Volume VI, Familiar Letters|Henry David Thoreau
You must have been in a similar situation before, or you couldn't give such a lifelike picture of it.There are Crimes and Crimes|August Strindberg
A more benignant, lifelike, tender look was never wrought in bronze.Glimpses of Three Coasts|Helen Hunt Jackson