like that


: of that kind
I love books like that.
: in that manner
Why does she talk like that?

Examples of like that in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web With costs like that, only the biggest companies have the money to develop and run AI. John Kang, Forbes, 19 Feb. 2024 Tree stumps, logs, things like that floated in and out of that place. Callie Cassick, Fox News, 19 Feb. 2024 But at the end of the day, our competitive nature don’t like to have free-flowing scoring like that. Dan Woike, Los Angeles Times, 19 Feb. 2024 Theaters like that usually have double doors off to the side, and there’s probably an old green room in there. Daniel Kohn, SPIN, 16 Feb. 2024 When a person is unsure of the answer to a question like that, it’s been as rough-and-routinely-tumbling as sports get. Bryce Miller, San Diego Union-Tribune, 15 Feb. 2024 Fishing records should only be kept for native species that are truly wild, not for those, like that Antietam rainbow, raised in hatcheries. Dan Rodricks, Baltimore Sun, 15 Feb. 2024 Estate planning and other complicated things like that. Sarah Title, Peoplemag, 14 Feb. 2024 And even at this point in his career, milestones like that still matter to Usher. Gail Mitchell, Billboard, 7 Feb. 2024 See More

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“Like that.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 4 Mar. 2024.

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