READING/LANGUAGE ARTS

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Someone help me. I need a idiom with the word RESEMBLED and TRUDGED.

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    I made this up:
    Trudge out of resemblance.
    It means no one knows you because you moved,"Trudge=moving/walking out of resemblance=your friends."

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