index analogy, appearance (look), color (complexion), conformity (agreement), copy, correspondence (similarity), counterpart (parallel), duplicate, identity (similarity), par (equality), parity, peer, propinquity (similarity), reflection (image), relation (connection), relationship (connection), resemblance, semblance

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


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