of (someone's) ilk

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of (someone's) ilk

Of the same type, class, or kind as someone. You can bet that, down on the docks, there are a great many men of his ilk loitering about at night.
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I'd go on about his irrational ramblings, but I'm nauseous that someone of his ilk could actually be taken seriously.
The Ramones invented punk rock, at least in its modern sense (it's pretty accurate to label bands like the MC5, the Stooges, the Sonics, shit, even Jerry Lee Lewis and some of his ilk, as punk.
From everything I know about Norquist and conservatives of his ilk, they really do hate the idea of government help for the needy, whose misfortune they attribute to defects of character while their own prosperity has nothing to do with the government subsidies they have been able to wangle, the taxes they have managed to evade, or the silver spoon that was often theirs at birth, but is solely attributable to their own talent and hard work.
IT may seem harsh to belittle youngsters such as Climb Max, but if a ratings system is to be meaningful then pups of his ilk must be compared with their peers, for example Top Savings.
Bush wrapped himself in the genteel, compassionate cloak of noblesse oblige acquired at birth by patricians of his ilk.
A performer of his ilk could be Maggiano's trick to becoming a hip spot for West Valley diners, according to Andy Harris, West Coast representative of the culinary arts institute James Beard Foundation.