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adjective akin, alike, allied to, analogous, approximate, close, cognate, common to, comparable, comparative, congeneric, congruous, equal, equivalent, illustrative, imitative, implicatory, inferential, near, not unlike, parallel, probable, related, relative, relevant, similar, resembling, suggestive of, symbolic, uniform, unique with

like

verb admire, affect, appreciate, be attracted to, be fond of, be partial to, befriend, care, care for, care to, choose, correlate, delight in, desiderate, desire, enjoy, fancy, feel inclined, find agreeable to one's taste, find convenient, have a mind to, hold in regard or affection, please, regard with favor, relish, savor, take a fancy to, take pleasure in, think fit, want, welcome, wish
See also: akin, analogous, approximate, cognate, comparable, congruous, correlate, equal, equivalent, faithful, germane, identical, related, relish, similar
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Somehow it seemed as if they couldn't have got through the day without that, for whatever their mood might be, the last glimpse of that motherly face was sure to affect them like sunshine.
The more our house was like a country hotel, the better I liked it.
I am sorry there should be any thing like doubt in the case," replied Emma; "but am disposed to side with you, Mr.
Tha' looked like a young plucked crow when tha' first came into this garden.
de Treville was praised to the highest note by these men, who adored him, and who, ruffians as they were, trembled before him like scholars before their master, obedient to his least word, and ready to sacrifice themselves to wash out the smallest insult.
if it wasn't mesilf thin that was mad as a Kilkenny cat I shud like to be tould who it was!
Her hair, thick and dark like her mother's, fell over her shoulders in fine profusion, and she had the same kindly expression and sedate, untroubled eyes.
Chadbourne so nice to work with, and we hope to spend Christmas together, but I should not like to move Betty and Alfred any great distance (no, quite right), though it is difficult to imagine cold weather in this heat.
It was wonderful to Sir James Chettam how well he continued to like going to the Grange after he had once encountered the difficulty of seeing Dorothea for the first time in the light of a woman who was engaged to another man.
I suppose you think he'll last for ever, like so much land'," Del Mar smiled quietly.
POLLY soon found that she was in a new world, a world where the manners and customs were so different from the simple ways at home, that she felt like a stranger in a strange land, and often wished that she had not come.
Rose felt that she ruled in that room, if nowhere else, for Aunt Jane left a great deal to her, finding that her experience with her invalid father fitted her for a nurse, and in a case like this, her youth was an advantage rather than a drawback.