- Directly opposite him, on the other side of the enclosed space, were two doors, exactly alike and side by side.
- Other than in the most trivial sense that identical twins look more alike than most people, this is simply false.
- If there is any message I would send to all my fellow humans - it would be that we are more alike than we are different.
- And, just to underline their point they even insisted on dressing alike, all the time.
- The culture appears to be undergoing some kind of revival among those who like to express their individuality by dressing alike.
- Maybe you and your sister have always dressed alike or gotten your hair cut the same way.
- He said the dispute had been long-running and a cause of concern to staff and patients alike.
- Yet, despite all this activity, the subject remains a cause of frustration for doctors and patients alike.
- These lunchtime performances continue to be popular with staff, patients and visitors alike.
Old English gelīc, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch gelijk and German gleich, reinforced in Middle English by Old Norse álíkr (adjective) and álíka (adverb).
Words that rhyme with alikebike, haik, hike, like, mic, mike, mislike, pike, psych, psyche, shrike, spike, strike, trike, tyke, Van Dyck, vandyke
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