belike

[bih-lahyk]
adverb Archaic.
very likely; perhaps; probably.

Origin:
1525–35; be- + like1

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belike (bɪˈlaɪk)
 
adv
archaic, dialect or perhaps; maybe

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Example sentences
To lose the services that the state provides would belike abandonment.
There were two gentlemen working on the door, or what looked to belike they were working on the door.
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