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Spell check of like

Correct spelling: like

Synonyms:
consonant, determine, espouse, correspondent, decide, prototypical, connate, care, regular, invariable, desire, cognate, approximating, get, prefer, according to, exchangeable, monolithic, cherish, leaning, congeneric, idolize, ditto, the likes of, OK, look-alike, unvarying, same, related, approximative, elect, ersatz, undiversified, resemblant, admire, alike, tantamount, homologous, revel in, parallelism, sort of, indistinguishable, usual, appreciate, classic, deal, analogous, now, undifferentiated, similarity, identical, the like, such, equaling, ilk, unbroken, worship, resemblance, preference, choose, give care, wish, handle, corresponding, interchangeable, customary, suchlike, will, consistent, twin, select, essential, akin, match, archetypal, like-minded, similar, relish, parallel, and, congenerous, manage, enjoy, assonant, adopt, undeviating, want, steady, homogeneous, please, allying, standardised, pick, oh, go in for, matching, kindred, dig, peer, close, characteristic, traditional, favor, typical, resembling, uniform, jibing, comparable, fancy, equal, savor, well, take to, equable, level, delight in, judge, bid, infatuate, love, semblance, seamless, drink in, esteem, near, conceit, equivalent, wish well, worry, even, go for, adore, imitative, standardized.

Antonyms:
unlike, unconnected, heterogeneous, dislike, various, varied, diverse, varying, inexact, imprecise, unalike, noninterchangeable, unrelated, variable, distinct, unequal, different, disparate, nonequivalent, distinguishable, dissimilar, inaccurate.

Examples of usage:

1) What have I been doing, I'd like to know? - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) Others said, It is he: others said, No, but he is like him. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

3) Would you like me to tell him? - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

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