Results for like

Definitions of like:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To choose; suffix, indicating resemblance.

part of speech: verb transitive

To have a taste for; enjoy.

part of speech: adjective

Likable, likeable.

part of speech: noun

The like thing or person: an exact resemblance: a liking.

part of speech: noun

That which is equal or similar to another.

part of speech: verb

To be pleased with; to approve; to choose.

part of speech: adjective

Similar; resembling; equal or nearly equal; in a mood or condition for; as, I feel like reading.

part of speech: adjective

Equal in quantity, quality, or degree: similar: likely.

part of speech: adjective

Similar; resembling; likely; in a state that gives probable expectations.

part of speech: adverb, preposition

To the same extent, or in the same manner, as; likely; only in such expressions as, like enough.

part of speech: adverb

In the same manner: probably.

part of speech: adverb

In the same manner as; equally or nearly so.

part of speech: verb transitive

To be pleased with: to approve: to enjoy: ( obs.) to please.

part of speech: noun

Some person or thing resembling another.

Usage examples for like:

  • Would we had more like you! "The Courier of the Ozarks", Byron A. Dunn
  • " You know, I like the way you say that. "Love Stories", Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • But if you like why not? "Resurrection", Maude, Louise Shanks
  • I like the name. "One of Our Conquerors, Complete", George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009
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