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Meanings of Like-death-warmed-up:

idiom

To look or feel very ill

Usage examples:

He shouldn't be working when he's so ill - he looks like death warmed up!

Meanings of Like-gold-dust:

idiom

Said about something that is very difficult to get because a lot of people want it

Usage examples:

Tickets for the concert are like gold dust.

Meanings of Like-herding-cats:

idiom

Used to describe something that is extremely difficult to do

Usage examples:

He says managing lawyers is like herding cats., "it's like herding cats sometimes", she said of the…

Meanings of Like-lightning:

idiom

Extremely quickly

Meanings of Like-mad:

idiom

If you do something like mad, you do it very enthusiastically, quickly, or a lot

Usage examples:

She's been saving like mad because she wants to buy a car.

Meanings of Like-magic:

idiom

To be very effective, possibly in a surprising way

Usage examples:

Flattery usually works like a charm on him.

Meanings of Like-minded:

adjective

(of people) sharing the same opinions, ideas, or interests

Usage examples:

She is a football fan who started a magazine for like-minded women.

Meanings of Like-new:

idiom

To feel very much better

Usage examples:

That holiday was fantastic - i feel like a whole new woman since i came back.

Meanings of Like-the-clappers:

idiom

Extremely fast

Usage examples:

You'll have to run like the clappers if you want to catch your train.

Meanings of Like-the-wind:

idiom

Very quickly

Usage examples:

Alice ran like the wind., the hours go by like the wind., he was driving like the wind when he sudd…

Likeable

ˈlʌɪkəb(ə)l

Meanings of Likeable:

adjective

(especially of a person) pleasant, friendly, and easy to like.

Usage examples:

A very likeable young woman

Liked

lʌɪk

Meanings of Liked:

verb

Find agreeable, enjoyable, or satisfactory.

Usage examples:

All his classmates liked him
preposition

Having the same characteristics or qualities as; similar to.

Usage examples:

He used to have a car like mine
conjunction

In the same way that; as.

Usage examples:

People who change countries like they change clothes
noun

Used with reference to a person or thing of the same kind as another.

Usage examples:

The quotations could be arranged to put like with like
adjective

(of a person or thing) having similar qualities or characteristics to another person or thing.

Usage examples:

I responded in like manner
adverb

Used in speech as a meaningless filler or to signify the speaker's uncertainty about an expression just used.

Usage examples:

There was this funny smell—sort of dusty like

Likelier

ˈlʌɪkli

Meanings of Likelier:

adjective

Such as well might happen or be true; probable.

Usage examples:

Speculation on the likely effect of opting out
adverb

Probably.

Usage examples:

We will most likely go to a bar

Likeliest

ˈlʌɪkli

Meanings of Likeliest:

adjective

Such as well might happen or be true; probable.

Usage examples:

Speculation on the likely effect of opting out
adverb

Probably.

Usage examples:

We will most likely go to a bar

Meanings of Likelihood:

noun

The state or fact of something's being likely; probability.

Usage examples:

Young people who can see no likelihood of finding employment

Likely

ˈlaɪ.kli

Meanings of Likely:

adjective

Such as well might happen or be true; probable.

Usage examples:

Speculation on the likely effect of opting out
adverb

Probably.

Usage examples:

We will most likely go to a bar

Meanings of Likeminded:

adjective

Having similar tastes or opinions.

Usage examples:

A radio ham with like-minded friends all over the world

Liken

ˈlaɪ.kən

Meanings of Liken:

verb

Point out the resemblance of someone or something to.

Usage examples:

Racism is likened to a contagious disease
phrasal verb

To say that someone is similar to or has the same qualities as someone else

Usage examples:

She's been likened to a young elizabeth taylor.

Meanings of Liken-to:

phrasal verb

To say that someone is similar to or has the same qualities as someone else

Usage examples:

She's been likened to a young elizabeth taylor.

Likened

ˈlaɪ.kən

Meanings of Likened:

verb

Point out the resemblance of someone or something to.

Usage examples:

Racism is likened to a contagious disease
phrasal verb

To say that someone is similar to or has the same qualities as someone else

Usage examples:

She's been likened to a young elizabeth taylor.

Likeness

ˈlaɪk.nəs

Meanings of Likeness:

noun

The fact or quality of being alike; resemblance.

Usage examples:

Her likeness to him was astonishing

Likenesses

ˈlaɪk.nəs

Meanings of Likenesses:

noun

The fact or quality of being alike; resemblance.

Usage examples:

Her likeness to him was astonishing

Meanings of Likening:

verb

Point out the resemblance of someone or something to.

Usage examples:

Racism is likened to a contagious disease
phrasal verb

To say that someone is similar to or has the same qualities as someone else

Usage examples:

She's been likened to a young elizabeth taylor.

Likens

ˈlaɪ.kən

Meanings of Likens:

verb

Point out the resemblance of someone or something to.

Usage examples:

Racism is likened to a contagious disease
phrasal verb

To say that someone is similar to or has the same qualities as someone else

Usage examples:

She's been likened to a young elizabeth taylor.

Meanings of Liker:

noun

A person who likes something.

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