belike


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Synonyms for belike

with considerable certainty

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Belike then my appetite was not princely got; for, by my troth, I do now remember the poor creature small beer.
As late as January 1990, Washington was concerned about the West German chancellor, Helmut Kohl, whose public comments suggested that he might be willing to try new security structures: "Kohl has said that rapid changes in Eastern Europe and in the relations between the alliances makes [sic] it impossible to say what the future European security architecture will belike.
One home defeat in 19 Four straight wins Best defence in Championship "I'veplayedat theRiverside in thetopflight andtheUEFA CupandsoI knowwhatitcan belike when itsfull and the crowdarebuzzing.
Butit wouldn'talways belike thatasmyintroductorypool sessioncontinued.
A veritable witness have you hitherto been, Ishmael; but have a care how you seize the privilege of Jonah alone; the privilege of discoursing upon the joists and beams; the rafters, ridge-pole, sleepers, and under-pinnings, making up the frame-work of leviathan; and belike of the tallow-vats, dairy-rooms, butteries, and cheeseries in his bowels.
It was like the hottest day on the hottest weekend of the year, sohopefully itwill belike thatagain.
There spreads, belike, that other unsail'd main I sought so long, and sought alas in vain, To gird this watery globe, and bring to light Old India's coast and regions wrapt in night.
It was the best of matches and the worst of matches but we always thought it might belike that between us.
Arms flashing, and a military glare Of riotous men commissioned to expel The blameless Inmates; and belike subvert That frame of social being, which so long Had bodied forth the ghostliness of things In silence visible, and perpetual calm.
I can't imagine what it would belike to not have my nice home to go to.
Such is belike the infernal kings decree" (lines 154-56).
Belike you may, quoth Hodge, and but your Due, For, Gentlemen, "tis HEMP I'm sowing now.