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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Bush and Grover Norquist and all the others of their ilk want to be the arbiters of who will live and survive, and who will not.
Kernan's description of these rough beasts (to complete the Yeats reference) and of others of their ilk is graphic and fair, but always lurking in the air is the whiff of something fascinating that has left the room.
Like all true criminals, the Wests, and anyone else of their ilk, knew enough to conceal their activities so that they could continue unchecked and unopposed.
Even the tweedy integrity of "Face the Nation," "Meet the Press" and others of their ilk is challenged by the machinations of their political guests, who are only too eager to reap the next day's newspaper headlines by floating trial balloons and partisan-circumscribed truths.