in the same manner or form; similarly:
They treated all customers alike.
to the same degree; equally:
All three were guilty alike.
having resemblance or similarity; having or showing no marked or important difference:
He thinks all politicians are alike.
Recipe This versatile cabbage is enjoyed by Italians and Koreans alike.
Fresh Picks Lidia Bastianich July 13, 2009
China has emerged as a key campaign issue in 2010, invoked by Democrats and Republicans alike.
China Invades the Midterms John Avlon October 20, 2010
The outpouring of comments was overwhelmingly positive, coming from Americans and Iranians alike.
Gay, Iranian And Stylish in Exile Nina Strochlic February 26, 2014
He promised that he would transcend the divisions of the past by uniting Democrats and Republicans alike.
Sticking It to Rahm John Batchelor January 28, 2009
Stevens received a standing ovation in the Senate and then an hours-long tribute from grateful Democrats and Republicans alike.
We Salute You, Ted Stevens! Benjamin Sarlin November 19, 2008
“I can’t understand why you are having them all alike,” she complained.
Phyllis Dorothy Whitehill
Who finds not Providence all good and wise, alike in what it gives, and what denies?
Essay on Man Alexander Pope
No two children are alike, and no two children have exactly similar needs.
The New Education Scott Nearing
No two mines are alike, and he must be ready for all sorts of emergencies.
Diggers in the Earth Eva March Tappan
She treats us all alike; sings when we ask her to; always ready for a romp.
The Place of Honeymoons Harold MacGrath
possessing the same or similar characteristics: they all look alike to me
in the same or a similar manner, way, or degree: they walk alike
c.1300, aliche, from Old English gelic and/or onlice “similar,” from Proto-Germanic *galikam “associated form” (cf. Old Frisian gelik, German gleich, Gothic galeiks, Old Norse glikr; see like (adj.)).
that which nourishes; nutriment; food. that which sustains; means of support. to sustain; support. Historical Examples As the fire gained strength and heat, it began to spread on three sides, dying of itself on the fourth, for want of aliment. The Prairie J. Fenimore Cooper All these are placed before the Chapel kindred for inspiration […]
concerned with the function of nutrition; nutritive. pertaining to food. providing sustenance or maintenance. Historical Examples The alimentary system, blood-vessel system, and reproductive system have been evolved gradually in the same way. The World’s Greatest Books – Volume 15 – Science Various Arsenic inflames the mucous membranes of the alimentary passages. Alcohol and the Human […]
- Alimentary canal
Anatomy, Zoology. a tubular passage functioning in the digestion and absorption of food and the elimination of food residue, beginning at the mouth and terminating at the anus. noun the tubular passage extending from the mouth to the anus, through which food is passed and digested alimentary canal n. The mucous membrane-lined tube of the […]
- Alimentary glycosuria
alimentary glycosuria alimentary glycosuria n. Glycosuria developing after the ingestion of a moderate amount of sugar or starch, which normally is metabolized without appearing in the urine. Historical Examples The quantity of sugar contained can be increased by a condition of alimentary glycosuria. Schenk’s Theory: The Determination of Sex Samuel Leopold Schenk