Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of like.
“Málik is in Rajaz Muzdawij, the hemistichs rhyming and the assonance being confined to the couplet.”
“December 16, 2007 at 8:55 pm vulger? wifa name lik sanafabich? kinda callin da ketol blak!”
“Faith, Sir, I never stand upon Ceremony when there's a Woman in the case, -- nor knew I 'twas your Sister: Or if I had, I shou'd ha 'lik'd her ne'er the worse for that, had she been kind.”
“Yes | No | Report from mike plotner wrote 2 weeks 9 hours ago wow thats a lot for a lever gun think they could make it cheper lik $250-$500?”
“If you are in the Scottsdale, AZ area and would lik …”
“I hunt small game like rabbits and squirrels also big game lik whitetails and turkey.”
“And th book …. wel..i dont no … it is preety inventive … .i would lik to hav my name in a book bout vampires and me being one in it!!!!!!”
“Oh wow that forbidden planet stuff is so nifty lik.!”
“I just soooooo hope it is more lik th boook … .i really hope so …. coz they only lok good when it is done lyk it is supposed to … …”
“If Republicans were to run a classified ad for their 2012 presidential candidate, it might read something lik e this: GOP seeks popular former two-term governor of a large state for executive post.”
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