Definition of unalike in English:

unalike

Syllabification: un·a·like
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈlīk
 
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adjective

[predicative]
(Of two or more things) differing from each other; not similar: they are unalike in personality
More example sentences
  • The London Bridge Ensemble presented three trios from different eras, unalike in their styles and forms but united by the commitment and understanding of the players.
  • ‘All that are alike are given the same name; all that are unalike are given different names,’ said Hsun Tzu, not to be confused with the strategist Sun Tzu.
  • Chthonic rumbles marry together distinct, unalike elements to commence new, hybrid stories.

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