Origin of semblable
Examples from the Web for semblable
At the daie appointed, the towne was rendered, and so likewise was the towne of Dampfront vpon the semblable agréement.
Lo thus ye may perseyue what a nombre of semblable exples ye may collecte & gether.Boni.Two Dyaloges (c. 1549)|Desiderius Erasmus
Nobody remembers our cultivated epics and esoteric sonnets, oh brother minor poet, mon semblable, mon frère!Essays in Little|Andrew Lang
In semblable manner did they of Reimes, desiring him to giue safe conduct to all the Englishmen safelie to depart.
Here I have written half a sheet with a picture in my mind of which you are getting no semblable idea.Pencillings by the Way|N. Parker Willis
Word Origin for semblable
"resembling," late 14c., from Old French semblable (12c.), from sembler "to be like" (see semblance).