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noun as in kind, type

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As much as mold is not great and people don’t like it, and they think if you’ve got mold on the top … it spoils down into the jam, I’m still of the ilk of taking the mold off the top and eating what’s underneath.

Almost all the Cubans who are here are of that ilk, with a few exceptions of course.

Read more on OZYHe’s trying to solve a problem his ilk has been accused of exacerbating.

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Tucker Carlson and his ilk still have some of the largest platforms in America.

We’ll see if DeSantis and his ilk care the next time a social media giant deplatforms me, or if they only care when wacko politicians lose Twitter access for tweeting something crazy.

Pastor Gaylard Williams earned a good reputation among his evangelical ilk.

We can thank Lisa Kudrow for the rise of celeb reality TV—Real Housewives, the Kardashians, Honey Boo Boo and its ilk.

To complicate matters further, the only people who seemed to have any desire to go after Booker were of the conspiracy-theory ilk.

Like maybe the line that Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and others of their ilk are pushing?

All right, so we know that Loestrin and its ilk are, as Redmond terms it, “hair-unfriendly pills.”

Was the second Charles one whit more desirable than the first of that ilk?

A three days journey from Barzan takes the traveller to the domain of the great rival of the chief of that ilk, viz.

I felt hopeful that for a time at least I should see the last of stewards and their ilk.

This takes us back to a century and a half before the Conquest; and it was one of this ilk who was the last of the deans.

Here were to be found small shops, cheap boarding houses, palmists, clairvoyants and others of their ilk.


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On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ilk, such as: brand, class, classification, denomination, kin, and lot.

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