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like

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of like

  1. 1 a number of persons or things that are grouped together because they have something in common you can never trust his like, because they'll always let you down Synonyms of 1like breed, class, description, feather, genre, ilk, kidney, kind, like, manner, nature, order, species, strain, stripe, type, varietyWords Related to 1like model; sample, specimen; bracket, bunch, category, division, family, grade, group, grouping, lot, persuasion, rank(s), set, suite

  2. 2 one that is equal to another in status, achievement, or value we'd never seen its like in any other shop in town Synonyms of 1like coequal, compeer, coordinate, counterpart, equivalent, fellow, like, match, parallel, peer, rivalWords Related to 1like analogue (or analog); double, half, mate, twin; associate, colleague, companion, copartner, partner; competitor


like

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of like

  1. positive regard for something she thought her new boyfriend was unusually interested in her likes and dislikes Synonyms of 2like appetite, fancy, favor, fondness, like, love, love affair, partiality, preference, relish, shine, taste, useWords Related to 2like craving, desire, hankering, longing, thirst, yen; enthusiasm, gusto, interest, passion; bias, prejudice; bent, inclination, leaning, propensity, tendency; tooth; palate; weaknessNear Antonyms of 2like apathy, disinclination; indifference, unconcernAntonyms of 2like aversion, disfavor, disgust, dislike, distaste, hatred, loathing, mislike



like

adverb

Synonyms and Antonyms of like

  1. 1 to some degree or extent the cat would curl up, tightly like, and just go to sleep Synonyms of like enough, kindly [chiefly Southern], kind of, fairly, moderately, more or less, pretty, quite, rather, relatively, something, somewhat, sort ofWords Related to like acceptably, decently, passably, tolerably; little, negligibly, nominally, slightly, vaguely; half, halfway, incompletely, part, partially, partly, partwayNear Antonyms of like awfully, beastly, deadly, especially, exceedingly (also exceeding), exceptionally, extremely, frightfully, greatly, heavily, highly, hugely, mightily, mortally, particularly, surpassingly, terribly, very; considerably, extensively, significantly, substantially

  2. 2 close to but not exactly the distance is more like 500 miles Synonyms of like about, around, approximately, more or less, much, near, plus or minus, roughly, say, someWords Related to like generally, kind of, loosely; nearly, nominally, practically, virtually, well-nighNear Antonyms of like due, even, just, sharp, smack-dab, squarelyAntonyms of like exactly, precisely


like

conjunction

Synonyms and Antonyms of like

  1. the way it would be or one would do if it looks like it's going to rain at any moment Synonyms of like as, as though, as if


like

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of like

  1. 1 to wish to have I'd like another slice of pizza, but I've already eaten more than I should have Synonyms of like care (for), want Words Related to like adore, delight (in), dig, enjoy, fancy, groove (on), love, relish, revel (in), welcome; covet, crave, desire, die (for), hanker (for or after), wish (for), yearn (for) Phrases feel like

  2. 2 to show partiality toward I like romantic comedies more than action movies Synonyms of like care (for), favor, lean (toward or towards), preferWords Related to like adore, cotton (to), delight (in), dig, enjoy, fancy, groove (on), relish, revel (in); choose, cull, handpick, name, pick, select, single (out), take; covet, crave, desire, hanker (for or after), want, wish (for); bias, prejudice; incline (toward), tend (to); admire, appreciate, cherish, prize, treasure, valueNear Antonyms of like disfavor, dislike, mislike; abhor, abominate, detest, hate, loathe; decline, refuse, reject, turn down; discard, jettison, throw away, throw out

  3. 3 to take pleasure in an adventuresome young woman who likes skydiving Synonyms of like adore, delight (in), dig, fancy, get off (on), groove (on), enjoy, love, rejoice (in), relish, revel (in), savor (also savour)Words Related to like admire, appreciate, cherish, revere, venerate, worship; prize, treasure, value; devour, drink (in), eat (up), feast (on); dote (on), idolize; cotton (to), favor, prefer; indulge (in), luxuriate (in), wallow (in)Near Antonyms of like abhor, abominate, detest, dislike, hate, loathe; condemn, despise, scorn

  4. 4 to see fit feel free to order whatever you like from the menu Synonyms of like choose, please, want, will, wishWords Related to like ache (for), covet, crave, desire, die (for), fancy, hanker (for), hunger (for), itch (for), long (for), lust (for or after), pant (after), pine (for), repine (for), sigh (for), thirst (for), yearn (for); decide, determine, resolve



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