Sem"blant (?), a. [F. semblant, p. pr.]

1.

Like; resembling.

[Obs.]

Prior.

2.

Seeming, rather than real; apparent.

[R.]

Carlyle.

 

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Sem"blant, n. [F.]

1.

Show; appearance; figure; semblance.

[Obs.]

Spenser.

His flatterers made semblant of weeping. Chaucer.

2.

The face.

[Obs.]

Wyclif (Luke xxiv. 5).

 

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