like wise

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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