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accredit, authorize, commission, coronate, crown, depute, empower, endow, energize, enroll.
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Correct spelling:
like
Definition:
To be pleased with: to approve: to enjoy: ( obs.) to please.

What does the acronym like stand for?

LIKE abbreviation definitions:
–  Lord Is Know Everything
–  Long Island Knowledge Exchange ( New York)

Synonyms:

adjective
all
same, like, similar.
clannish
associative, unreceptive, restrictive, cliquish.
cognate
general.
comparative
metaphorical, in proportion, not absolute, by comparison, not positive, with reservation, contrastive, provisional.
conformable
useable, well-regulated.
conterminous
coterminous, coextensive, co-extensive.
corresponding
coterminus, interrelated, inter-related.
equal
indistinguishable, tantamount, same, equivalent, alike, equal, identical.
harmonious
in concert, in unison, of one mind, on same wavelength, in harmony, in accord, in chorus, sweet-sounding, silvery, symphonious, in tune, in step, simpatico.
identical
one and the same, very same, identical, like two peas in a pod.
kindred
agnate.
related
enmeshed, knit together, in touch with, of that ilk, interconnected, in the same category, inter-woven, inter-twined, interdependent.
similar
approximate, compatible, coextensive, imitative, double, such, comparable, consubstantial, parallel, akin, selfsame, matching, twin, agnate, uniform, according to, consistent, much the same, approximative, in the manner of, Approximating, not unlike, semblance, allied, conforming with, alike, undifferentiated, identical, homologous, equivalent, of the same form, equal, congeneric, congenerous, similar, corresponding, ersatz, to the effect that, Allying, on the order of, analogous, allied to, related, of a piece, near, Equaling, Jibing, close, not far from, conforming, Relating, same, Resembling, commensurate, cognate, consonant.
synonymous
Synonymic.
uniform
even, alike, seamless, steady, undifferentiated, equable, consistent, monolithic, consonant, indistinguishable, undiversified, unvarying, regular, same, invariable, level, homogeneous, uniform, unvaried, unbroken, undeviating, assonant.
noun
cognition
the like, like, the likes of.
counterpart
similarity, pendants, spit and image, look alike, resemblance, peas in a pod, parallelism, two of a kind, opposite number, peer, match, pendant.
like
comparable, look-alike, suchlike, alike, corresponding, like-minded, care, wish, similar, equal, equivalent.
love
love, devotedness, Ardency.
verb
choose
fancy, favor, judge, select, espouse, wish, decide, pick, choose, determine, adopt, elect.
choose, feel inclined
want, will, wish, feel disposed, select, have a preference for, feel like, incline toward, elect, please, desire, prefer.
cognition
like.
emotion
like, care, wish.
enjoy, be fond of
exclaim, delight in, get a kick out of, take delight in, be keen on, take satisfaction in, dote on, take to, admire, be pleased by, go for, prize, be sweet on, find appealing, dig, care to, be partial to, fancy, care for, cherish, hold dear, appreciate, approve, feast on, take an interest in, esteem, derive pleasure from, revel in, savor, rejoice in, relish, love, hanker for, stuck on, be gratified by, adore, luxuriate in, indulge in.
like
appreciate, relish, enjoy, admire, esteem, prefer.
love
adore, desire, idolize, worship, infatuate, love, cherish, care.
related
cognate.
Examples of usage:
  1. How do you like that, Eric? – The Boy With the U. S. Life-Savers by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
  2. " It's like this," answered Mr. Lindsey. – Dead Men's Money by J. S. Fletcher
  3. " I like that," Oliver said. – O+F by John Moncure Wetterau
  4. He did not quite like that. – The Roll-Call by Arnold Bennett
  5. You like him, I can see. – The Time of Roses by L. T. Meade
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