English Synonyms and Antonyms
Alike is a comprehensive word, signifying as applied to two or more objects that some or all qualities of one are the same as those of the other or others; by modifiers alike may be made to express more or less resemblance; as, these houses are somewhat (i. e., partially) alike; or, these houses are exactly (i. e., in all respects) alike. Cotton and wool are alike in this, that they can both be woven into cloth. Substances are homogeneous which are made up of elements of the same kind, or which are the same in structure. Two pieces of iron may be homogeneous in material, while not alike in size or shape. In geometry, two triangles are equal when they can be laid over one another, and fit, line for line and angle for angle; they are equivalent when they simply contain the same amount of space. An identical proposition is one that says the same thing precisely in subject and predicate. Similar refers to close resemblance, which yet leaves room for question or denial of complete likeness or identity. To say "this is the identical man," is to say not merely that he is similar to the one I have in mind, but that he is the very same person. Things are analogous when they are similar in idea, plan, use, or character, tho perhaps quite unlike in appearance; as, the gills of fishes are said to be analogous to the lungs in terrestrial animals.
The specimens are alike in kind; they are all alike to me.
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alike(p), similar, likeadverb
having the same or similar characteristics
"all politicians are alike"; "they looked utterly alike"; "friends are generally alike in background and taste"
"parents and teachers alike demanded reforms"
in a like manner
"they walk alike"
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Within the hugely successful and growing hard seltzer segment, new and' old' brands alike can succeed even if their market share is relatively small or declining, because the total pool of sales of hard seltzer within Danelle Kosmal retail is growing at such a high rate, as such, with new launch after new launch, manufacturers may lose market share but continue growing their sales.
It’s clear that Michigan is a hot spot for COVID-19. To prevent further spread and save lives, the Biden administration should adopt a surge strategy and increase vaccine allocation to Michigan instead of advocating for shutting down the economy, manufacturers, restaurantsand small businesses alike are still trying to recover from the mandated government shutdowns over the past year.
All political parties are alike. Only a fool can differentiate between them, but a sensible person can't.
Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans, born in this century, tempered by war, disciplined by a hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancient heritage, and unwilling to witness or permit the slow undoing of those human rights to which this nation has always been committed, and to which we are committed today, at home and around the world!
He is clearly observing something, like a guard or a hunter, can he see us? If so, he would be just as surprised as we are. Almost 8,000 years separates us, genetically we are so alike, but we must accept there are huge differences in how we look at the world.
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- semejante, parecido, igualSpanish
- samannäköinen, samanlainenFinnish
- pareillement, analogue, semblable, pareilFrench
- simile, nello stesso modoItalian
- gelijk, hetzelfdeDutch
- схо́жий, подо́бный, подо́бно, тако́й же, похо́жий, похо́же, одина́ковый, одина́ково, то́чно та́к жеRussian
- liknande, likadan, likaSwedish
- اسی طرحUrdu
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