-LIKE appears in many tongue twisters:
- No nose knows like a gnome's nose knows.
- Little Mike left his bike like Tike at Spike's.
- Lenny Lou leopard led leprechauns leaping like lemmings.
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-LIKE appears in the following pangrams (sentences using every letter of the alphabet at least once):
- Pangrams have subjects like "dewy fox quiz". (35 letters)
- Why did Max become eloquent over a zany gift like judhpurs? (48 letters)
- Jelly-like above the high wire, six quaking pachyderms kept the climax of the extravaganza in a dazzling state of flux. (97 letters)
-LIKE appears in many palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Derek, I like red!
- Did Joe kill like O.J. did?
- Won’t one race we kill appal like we care not now?
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Definition of -LIKE
What does -LIKE mean?
- Having some of the characteristics of (used to form adjectives from nouns).
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