from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. in a like style or manner
- adv. Used to link similar items
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a similar manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a similar or like manner; with resemblance in certain respects.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in like or similar manner
RealClimage.org explains that references to “tricks” is standard in-house scientific lingo we use the term similarly in physics and that the email about “hiding” a data trend refers to anomalous data that has been discussed extensively in the literature — there is nothing secretive about this practice to anyone familiar with thefield.
A year earlier the same magazine anointed him “America’s Most Eligible Bachelor,” a title similarly conferred by US magazine.
Subway, similarly, is trying to create a mental association with its products and low calories.
He died at age 28 of a drug overdose, I believe the same year that Janis Joplin similarly aged, also died of a drug overdose.
Chances are the two ginger ales would spray similarly from a shaken bottle — just in case the Rangers do stage a series comeback. —
Topeka Talk, similarly, is an instant messaging product, not, say, a folksy midwestern morning show.
Season 4 ended with a massive car crash that seemed to seal the fate of departing cast member Rob Lowe's Robert McCallister and left William Walker's ex-mistress Holly (Patricia Wettig) in similarly critical condition.
The ordering of trees may follow that of mountains (lord and vassals), and they are frequently described in similarly anthropomorphic or symbolic ways.
Dante suffered similarly from the disorder of love, if you will recollect.
Boardwalk Empire, similarly, is a show that could only exist on a network like HBO, which invested a fortune in creating that very particular world.