English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'lookalike'

(noun) 
Definition
a person or thing that is the double of another, often well-known, person or thing
a Marilyn Monroe lookalike
Synonyms
double
Your mother sees you as her double.
,
twin
the twin of the chair she had at the cottage
,
clone
,
replica
The child was a replica of her mother.
,
spit (informal, mainly British)
,
ringer (slang)
,
spitting image (informal)
Nina is the spitting image her mother.
,
dead ringer (slang)
,
living image
,
exact match
,
spit and image (informal)

Additional synonyms

in the sense of replica
Definition
an exact copy
The child was a replica of her mother.
Synonyms
clone,
dead ringer,
carbon copy
in the sense of spitting image
Definition
a person who looks very like someone else
Nina is the spitting image her mother.
Synonyms
(dead) ringer (slang),
spit (informal, British),
clone,
living image,
spit and image (informal)
in the sense of twin
Definition
one of a pair of people or things that are identical or very similar
the twin of the chair she had at the cottage
Synonyms

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