likewise

[lahyk-wahyz]
adverb
1.
moreover; in addition; also; too: She is likewise a fine lawyer.
2.
in like manner; in the same way; similarly: I'm tempted to do likewise.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English; earlier in like wise in a like way. See like1, wise2

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likewise (ˈlaɪkˌwaɪz)
 
adv
1.  in addition; moreover; also
2.  in like manner; similarly

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likewise
1489, from the phrase in like wise "in the same manner" (1449), from like (adj.).
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Example sentences
His aim is to discourage readers from doing likewise.
Hydrochloric acid likewise helps to dissolve the stomach contents while killing
  potentially harmful bacteria.
Likewise the focus on microbial life, while interesting, is a complete
  misdirection.
Climbing roses are almost as popular as their shrubby counterparts, and they
  likewise need regular water and fertilizer to thrive.
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