alike

[ uh-lahyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF alike

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALIKE

The Universal Father could surely not do otherwise than bless all alike.

But, alike, young and old are neatly and wholesomely dressed.

Alike as to formation, aspect, and climate, the Causses are unique in France.'

In winter alike ordinary Mass and these celebrations were stopped by the snow.

But Linda had said that all women were alike in their hearts.

Ambition, selfishness, and the love of success, were alike his inspiration and his ruin.

For the Indians are not like white men: they have no gold; they are not rich and poor; all are alike.

Alike on week-days and Sundays the current of life flows smoothly.

Mr. Stewart's room to the right of the hall, and mine to the left, were alike unoccupied.

But their budget of news was fairly prodigious, alike in range and quantity.

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