[ UK /bɪlˈa‍ɪk/ ]
  1. with considerable certainty; without much doubt
    in all likelihood we are headed for war
    He is probably out of the country
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How To Use belike In A Sentence

  • This is belike your foremost associate physically and mentally. This alliance will revel in spending, voyage and adventure. Quite an exciting linkage.
  • He is trim, brown-haired, nice-looking for a regular guy; babelike for a scientist. Brian Greene's restaurant at the end of the parallel universe
  • (as _Milly_ saith touching the 139th Psalm) to have turned o'er the two leaves together that I might not see this sixth chapter of _Hebrews_: yet did I never see it without a diseaseful creeping feeling, belike, coming o'er me. Joyce Morrell's Harvest The Annals of Selwick Hall
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  • The pair went to a Picasso display and, to impress her, Harvey told Gloria that he could belike get the artist's autograph.
  • Medflies ruin crops when fertile females use their tubelike ovipositors to punch holes in the skin of a ripening fruit or vegetable, then pump their eggs inside.
  • The roars, belike, would have gradually subsided in dreadful rumblings of more than utterable or conquerable mirth.
  • But she spoke in a fast staccato, so she didn’t come across as babelike. As Husbands Go
  • But it was the face, cast belike in copper bronze, which caught and held Mrs. Sayther's fleeting glance. THE GREAT INTERROGATION
  • The Romans then, flying to the emperor, desired his aid and succour; but he, belike to pleasure the pope, gathering an army, went rather against the Romans.
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