[ UK /sˈʌt‍ʃla‍ɪk/ ]
  1. of the same kind
    a locker that usually contained paper, ink, and suchlike equipment
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How To Use suchlike In A Sentence

  • It's too cursed big to be a mountain meadow or suchlike, way at the horizon. A TIME OF WAR
  • I have known Mycroft to investigate suchlike matters, but only on behalf of the government.
  • ‘We believe they are frequently stolen ‘on demand’ to make garden patios and suchlike.
  • Massive aquatic centres and suchlike with massive parking lots aren't what London needs.
  • Jen seems intent on keeping her mind sharp; every night, after practice, she takes out the books from her locker and works on some maths or suchlike.
  • The claim made by the Minister that this bill will reduce compliance costs, and suchlike, is a load of rubbish.
  • They compete with the other students so they can become doctors or suchlike. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you would like to help, on a voluntary basis, by supplying information about any aspect of Sligo Town, be it tourist information, local histories, local news stories or suchlike, we would be delighted to hear from you.
  • The tale tells that great fires were made endlong the hall, and the great tree aforesaid stood midmost thereof, withal folk say that, whenas men sat by the fires in the evening, a certain man came into the hall unknown of aspect to all men; and suchlike array he had, that over him was The Story of the Volsungs
  • These would require to be very different in character from the Garter, the Bath and suchlike English honours with almost unseemly domestic titles.
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