similarly

[ UK /sˈɪmɪləli/ ]
[ US /ˈsɪməɫɝɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in like or similar manner
    some people have little power to do good, and have likewise little strength to resist evil
    He was similarly affected
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How To Use similarly In A Sentence

  • The first letter she wrote me was less than a page long, and her second letter was similarly brief.
  • Similarly, when the starter button is pressed, along with the clutch pedal, the system recognises the transponder signal, releases the engine immobiliser and the steering lock, and the engine starts.
  • Similarly, I might make a similar mistake with the Andy Warhol.
  • Democratic individuals, who in any case are likely to have similar beliefs and opinions because they are similarly situated, easily fall under the hegemonic sway of public opinion.
  • Similarly, a firm may value worker characteristics that are unobservable to employment agencies but quite observable to family and friends.
  • Elsewhere during the Hangover technology beanfeast, we understand that HP's own demo of Bluetooth was similarly rotten.
  • Similarly, beer and soft drink cans, booze bottles and empty jars can all be recycled.
  • Similarly, the variation of distance refraction and the presence of astigmatism is also lower than for humans.
  • Hamlet as a play is similarly preoccupied by slander, misrepresentation and selves fabricated from the nothings of rhetorical tropes.
  • Similarly, in ketosteroid isomerase, Asp99 may catalyze proton transfers in the Asp38Ala variant [ PLoS Biology: New Articles
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