the like the like


  • (n) a similar kind



  1. The best approach is to perform the same exercises you would do on the floorsquats, tricep dips, push-ups and the like.
  2. User-review sites have changed the way most people plan their travel, giving us an enormously useful tool for evaluating hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions and the like.
  3. Fanatics may want to bookmark both to make sure they don't miss anything about upcoming product releases, trends in tech culture and the like.


  • Republicans hold key to progress in Washington

    The American democratic system of government was never intended to function with the extreme levels of partisan loyalty and rancor that have characterized the Obama years – the like of which has not been seen since the years immediately prior to the Civil War.
    on August 2, 2013     Source: Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News

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