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Likewise vs Unlike - What's the difference?

likewise | unlike |


As an adverb likewise

is (manner) in a similar manner.

As an adjective unlike is

not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a preposition unlike is

differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As a verb unlike is

to dislike.

Unlike vs Apart - What's the difference?

unlike | apart |


As prepositions the difference between unlike and apart

is that unlike is differently from; not in a like or similar manner while apart is (following its objective complement) apart from.

As an adjective unlike

is not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a verb unlike

is to dislike.

As an adverb apart is

separately, in regard to space or company; in a state of separation as to place; aside.

Impossible vs Unlike - What's the difference?

impossible | unlike |


As adjectives the difference between impossible and unlike

is that impossible is not possible; not able to be done or happen while unlike is not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a noun impossible

is an impossibility.

As a preposition unlike is

differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As a verb unlike is

to dislike.

Unlike vs Differently - What's the difference?

unlike | differently |


As an adjective unlike

is not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a preposition unlike

is differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As a verb unlike

is to dislike.

As an adverb differently is

(manner) in a different way.

Likely vs Unlike - What's the difference?

likely | unlike |


As adjectives the difference between likely and unlike

is that likely is probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring while unlike is not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As an adverb likely

is (obsolete) similarly.

As a noun likely

is something or somebody considered likely.

As a preposition unlike is

differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As a verb unlike is

to dislike.

Same vs Unlike - What's the difference?

same | unlike |


As a noun same

is dog's, excrements.

As an adjective unlike is

not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a preposition unlike is

differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As a verb unlike is

to dislike.

Unfamiliar vs Unlike - What's the difference?

unfamiliar | unlike |


As adjectives the difference between unfamiliar and unlike

is that unfamiliar is strange, not familiar while unlike is not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a noun unfamiliar

is an unfamiliar person; a stranger.

As a preposition unlike is

differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As a verb unlike is

to dislike.

Else vs Unlike - What's the difference?

else | unlike |


As a proper noun else

is .

As an adjective unlike is

not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a preposition unlike is

differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As a verb unlike is

to dislike.

Irregular vs Unlike - What's the difference?

irregular | unlike |


As adjectives the difference between irregular and unlike

is that irregular is irregular while unlike is not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a preposition unlike is

differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As a verb unlike is

to dislike.

Besides vs Unlike - What's the difference?

besides | unlike |


As prepositions the difference between besides and unlike

is that besides is (obsolete) beside while unlike is differently from; not in a like or similar manner.

As an adverb besides

is (conjunctive) also; in addition.

As an adjective unlike is

not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

As a verb unlike is

to dislike.

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