Front and Semblance

Front

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Front noun – A display of emotion or behavior that is insincere or intended to deceive.
Usage example: that smile is just a front—I don't think she actually likes me at all

Semblance is a synonym for front in show topic. In some cases you can use "Semblance" instead a noun "Front".
Nearby Words: fronted, frontal, frontline, frontage, fronting
Synonyms for Front

Semblance

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Semblance noun – A display of emotion or behavior that is insincere or intended to deceive.
Usage example: tried to project some semblance of confidence even though public speaking terrified her

Front is a synonym for semblance in appearance topic. You can use "Front" instead a noun "Semblance", if it concerns topics such as show, aura.
Synonyms for Semblance

How words are described

human human front human semblance
good good front good semblance
powerful powerful front powerful semblance
new new front new semblance

Both words in one sentence

  • Wrestling / Sting Then there was the night he got Hogan to snap in front of the audience, which eventually led to Hogan's face turn as well as the end of any semblance of power for Immortal.
  • The stresses of ruling and having to constantly compromise to the slavers laying siege to her city and holding slave auctions in front of her gates, and marrying a potential enemy to maintain a semblance of peace prove too much and she flees Meereen atop one of her dragons.
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