alike

All Adverb
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  • Her records could then be found in large and small record stores alike.
  • It is common for most people in god games to look alike.
  • There they lived as brother and sister and passed as such, for they looked very much alike.
  • All three versions of the game were generally well received among players and critics alike.
  • His influence was felt alike in parliament and in the field.
  • But if you listen to the record, they don't sound anything alike.
  • He would publish high and low quality writing alike, so long as it sold.
  • Members and non-members alike can also buy their own hard copy of this journal.
  • Programs are designed such that students gain exposure to theory and practice alike.
  • Rapid urban growth has brought familiar problems to developed and developing countries alike.
  • While no longer off limits officially, nearby residents and military alike avoid the town.
  • Meetings are free and are open to members and non-members alike.
  • Its design was mostly alike to the preceding pre-war ones, despite being smaller.
  • This has made them very popular with both animal and comedy lovers alike.
  • For the next few years, he brought chaos to staff and students alike.
  • This is the heart of what is new alike in his doctrine of knowledge and being.
  • There are several programs in the organization that help members and non-members alike to understand and help the environment.
  • The lectures are free and are open to members and non-members alike.
  • It is now considered a classic metal album by fans and critics alike.
  • On the surface, these two poets could not have been less alike.
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Words starting with alike

Meaning of alike

  • adjective Having the same or similar characteristics
    all politicians are alike, they looked utterly alike, friends are generally alike in background and taste
  • adverb Equally
    parents and teachers alike demanded reforms
  • adverb In a like manner
    they walk alike