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Synonyms for alike

possessing the same or almost the same characteristics

Synonyms for alike

having the same or similar characteristics

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[An examination of the twins' hands was begun at once.] You have often heard of twins who were so exactly alike that when dressed alike their own parents could not tell them apart.
Last of all comes the most beautiful of all, man and State alike, tyranny and the tyrant; these we have now to consider.
And these are not the only evils, I said--there are several lesser ones: In such a state of society the master fears and flatters his scholars, and the scholars despise their masters and tutors; young and old are all alike; and the young man is on a level with the old, and is ready to compete with him in word or deed; and old men condescend to the young and are full of pleasantry and gaiety; they are loth to be thought morose and authoritative, and therefore they adopt the manners of the young.
That, however, was not, as I believe, your question-you rather desired to know what is that disorder which is generated alike in oligarchy and democracy, and is the ruin of both?
`But when the seven dead had received their last rites in Thebes, the Son of Talaus lamented and spoke thus among them: "Woe is me, for I miss the bright eye of my host, a good seer and a stout spearman alike."'
MIRACLES: Marcia, left, and Millie; FAMILY: With mum and dad; ALIKE: Newborns Millie, left, and sis Pictures: JOHN REAVENALL/NEWSTEAM
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We'd all look alike, think alike, feel alike, and act alike.
For centuries music has provided sailors and passengers alike with inspiration and consolation for sea trials: the shanty lightened repetitive tasks, composers extolled the virtues of the ocean, and passengers reflected on their journey.
Of particular note, FERF's report "Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Implementation: Practices of Leading Companies," summarized leading practices from the Section 404 discussion session that took place during a meeting of FEI's Committee on Corporate Reporting (CCR), provided useful information for members and regulators alike. That report represented one of FERF's strategic initiatives to enhance and strengthen topic alignment with FEI's technical committees.
At the beginning of the year, with the prospect of continual rising interest rates hovering ominously, as well as poor real estate fundamentals and a number of macroeconomic factors, such as choppy job and economic growth, many stock analysts and investors alike seemed to indicate it was about time to chisel the date 2005 onto the tombstone for REITs.
I kept reading his text, and to the reactions from his peers and foes alike, and returning to these images.
Laws against interracial marriage were pernicious in every respect, limiting the choices of whites and nonwhites alike. Ironies abounded.
More crucial to the survival of the theater was the players' limited identification with rogues: as "good fellows" and merry tricksters, they protected England from the strictures and divisions of Puritans, seen as enemies to Christian and theatrical welfare alike. The actors enjoyed their popular and godly mirth until they lost out to the Puritans, who pulled down the stages and asserted their right to define England's players and national identity alike.
PRINCE William fooled drinkers at a country pub by claiming he was a look- alike.