similarly, television shows that include gay characters are lauded for being so “brave” and for changing culture for the better.
Limato was similarly wounded when certain clients over the years, such as Nicolas Cage and Anthony Hopkins, left him.
Fred has a similarly single-minded approach to keeping his pub from failing, and a growing animosity toward his competition.
similarly, clandestine foreign operations have sullied the civilian courts.
Health care reform could benefit from a similarly strategic approach.
similarly the extracts of MS. B were probably made for the use of seculars.
As likewise,' added John, 'similarly was her gen-teel family.'
similarly, in bright water the Silver Doctor is a universal favourite, and justly so.
The Preparatory Schools of Ruffianism are similarly borne with.
And if we desire to remove the distemper of sin, similarly it is necessary to seek out the root of all sin.
"having characteristics in common," 1610s (earlier similary, 1560s), from French similaire, from a Medieval Latin extended form of Latin similis "like, resembling," from Old Latin semol "together," from PIE root *sem- (1) "one, as one, together with" (see same). The noun meaning "that which is similar" is from 1650s. Related: Similarly.