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something like

Similar to, resembling, as in They want a flower garden something like the ones they saw in England. [Mid-1600s]
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Try saying something like, "It's awkward that we like the same guy, but it means we have excellent taste
Even if you don't know someone well, it still hits you hard when something like this happens as they are in the weighing room with you every day.
We expected Max to be something like Michael Werner for us.
Again, looking at someone who jettisoned all religions and suddenly is doing something like that.
So, to leave with something like that on the 18th hole is really special.
If they provoked a crime or something like that, it's difficult for us to track that down.
The old man would kid her by saying something like, "Don't you think Jesus has more to do than sit up and listen to you wailin' every night?
My kids love looking through the scrapbooks, and you know what, if my parents had done something like this for me, I would really like it, too.
Just say something like, "Hey, I doubt you would ever let a boy come between our friendship, but you really seem to like my BF.
He said something like, "I only want to make movies from now on.
Whenever I saw him that weekend he would look over at me with the hugest smile and yell something like "Yeah, Getting some pictures today?
Hall, she told me that the biggest investor in Gillette was Citicorp--with something like 1.