Definition of share and share alike in English:

share and share alike

Have or receive an equal share: we all share and share alike in camp
More example sentences
  • Ironically, it was the Lewis and Clark expedition that gave York a serious opportunity to share and share alike in demands and responsibilities of men, white and black.
  • Just remember, it's share and share alike in the Fiore family.
  • Only one of them has the right one, and the three don't trust each other to share and share alike.
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