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Origin of look-alike
Words nearby look-alike
Example sentences from the Web for look-alike
On the surface, the Grace Kelly look-alike, already famous in her native Australia, has it down.All the Ways Contestants on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Have to Be Crazy Perfect|Kelly Williams Brown|April 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Through the Look-Alike project, they were finally able to meet each other, and have since become close pals.
“I received a letter from a guy who met [his] look-alike one day on the beach,” Brunelle said of one of his submissions.
British Dictionary definitions for look-alike
- a person, esp a celebrity, or thing that is the double of another
- (as modifier)a lookalike Minister; a lookalike newspaper