suchlike

[suhch-lahyk]
adjective
1.
of any such kind; similar.
pronoun
2.
persons or things of such a kind.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see such, like1

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suchlike (ˈsʌtʃˌlaɪk)
 
adj
1.  (prenominal) of such a kind; similar: John, Ken, and other suchlike idiots
 
n
2.  such or similar persons or things: hyenas, jackals, and suchlike

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Example sentences
Except for weapons, ornaments, tools and suchlike personal possessions there was a sort of patriarchal communism in the tribe.
Some hotels are small, and rather efficient about getting things up from the kitchen, and suchlike.
Intellectuals may be beneficial in abstracts sciences and maths and suchlike.
Biologists will recognise it as the term for scuttling wingless insects-silverfish and suchlike.
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