likeness; resemblance:
a similitude of habits.
a person or thing that is like or the match or counterpart of another:
This expression is a similitude of the other.
semblance; image:
a similitude of the truth.
a likening or comparison in the form of a simile, parable, or allegory:
He spoke by similitudes.
likeness; similarity
a thing or sometimes a person that is like or the counterpart of another
(archaic) a simile, allegory, or parable


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