PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

Positive
alike

Comparative
more alike

Superlative
most alike

Never used before the noun

  1. If some things are alike, they are almost the same in some way.
    My mother and I are very much alike.

AdverbEdit

Positive
alike

Comparative
more alike

Superlative
most alike

  1. If some things act alike, they act in almost the same way.
    All the men in the office dress alike.
  2. You use alike to show that what you say is true of both groups or individuals.
    Teachers and students alike have to work harder to improve this school.

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