ilk[ ilk ]SEE DEFINITION OF ilk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILK
Thus I get a perspective upon the place, to Will and his ilk denied.
The collections, then, those from Mr. Young and his ilk excepted, were satisfactory.
Harpies of this ilk are the bane of sight-seeing all the world over.
You remember Mrs. Wallace, don't you—Pritchard, of that ilk?
Him's got a bib on 'ike Trouble when him eats bread and 'ilk.
No woman could have proposed the things which she had proposed who was not of that ilk.
They can always import some of that ilk from Geneva if necessary.
The ilk was multiplying like flies in summer-time, and there was no place it had not invaded.
The man on the trough was of the ilk of the men who surrounded him.
I felt hopeful that for a time at least I should see the last of stewards and their ilk.