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anything like

Similar in any degree or to any extent. The real world isn't anything like life during college.
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anything ˈlike

(used with a negative, in a question or in an if -clause) in any way similar to; nearly: If the meal’s anything like the one we had there, you’ll really enjoy it.Our car isn’t anything like as fast as yours.
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No display anything like the one in Alabama appears in the U.S.
I don't think my experience with Peep has much to do with the quality of the character, or ingenuity, or anything like that.
What excites me is that even people who don't like Crash have said, `I've never seen anything like that before.' Maybe having people say, `I liked your movie' is not really what I want.
I could never get into fashion movements or anything like that--and I'm not saying that to cut it down--it's up to each person.
He said that he liked it and had never heard anything like it before.
This was the first time the girl had experienced anything likes this and said it has left her feeling scared and unable to walk to work alone.
Doctors had advised John he could attempt an on-pitch comeback in September, but he decided he would take a full year out before making a call on whether to return, initially at amateur level, where the hits don't come with anything likes as much force.