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like

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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Moor Hall School pupil Katrina Labran, aged eight, of Sutton Coldfield, said: "I liked the car the best, when it flew but I didn't like the Child Catcher because he was mean.
So we went there and the guys at the vert park didn't like us 'cause we were the new school guys.
They didn't like it over here 15 or 20 years ago, but now they do.
RL: The two producers I worked directly with liked Slacker enough, but the studio heads didn't like it much.
I just didn't like girls," he says about his teenage years.
McCurry said some members of the media have problems with Clinton because he is a fellow baby boomer and ``too much like the student body president you didn't like in high school.
11:23: Over an early lunch, Matt sheds insight on the recruiting process: ``I didn't like (former USC football coach) John Robinson because I didn't believe what he was telling me.
We played games where fouls didn't count, and I didn't like getting scored on, so I did whatever I could to stop them.
She liked Dietrich's tuxedos and Lauren Bacall's casually elegant American pants stance but didn't like Diane Keaton's baggy ``Annie Hall'' style.
Parents need to take the time together to sit down and discuss what they liked and didn't like about how they were parented.

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