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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • An inlet of the Atlantic Ocean stretching west from the Severn River and separating Wales from southwest England. It is a major shipping route.

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Examples

  • It takes you in a different direction - to a kind of sexy, like-it/don't like it place.

    J. Michael Welton: Drawing Like a House Afire

  • Posted April 21, 2010 at 7: 13 pm | Permalink ingenious design i like-it

    The Most Impressive Stand from Salone del Mobile, Milan 2010 was Empty

  • The response to his attempts at spellcasting might not be exactly what he'd like-it might be downright scary in fact, confusing, unexpected, utterly puzzling, but the Wild Magic was not a cheat and a lie.

    Tran Siberian

  • - We need a new Civilian Conservation Corps "" or something like-it to build and restore parks, to beautify our cities and towns, to expand the understaffed forest service, and so on.

    Jobs and More Jobs, Now and Forevermore

  • Rather than continue the Bush approach-define a terrorist group as anyone we don't like-it makes more sense to be pragmatic.

    Who are the Terrorists?

  • Elayne had no idea what a white shark looked like-it might well have been a little thing-but Chanelle's big eyes were hard enough to belong on a fierce predator, especially when she took in Aviendha.

    Knife of Dreams

  • As she cleaned up the exterior of the closed wound, and applied a sterile dressing, he continued to watch her like a - Well, now she knew what it was like-it was the way an interested man watched a pretty woman, only Danni hadn't ever thought of herself as pretty.

    The Pull of the Moon

  • When browsing the Internet, people usually choose to visit only the sites that they like-it's like going for a coffee or snack break.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • According to the professional rain-on-parade economist Bruce Bartlett, the first stage of 9-9-9 would do what it sounds like-it would increase the cost of living for poor people by 9 percent.

    Slate Magazine

  • Call it whatever you like-it just means money is 'tight' right now.

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