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From preposition like.
- Having some of the characteristics of (used to form adjectives from nouns).
- In British usage, a hyphen is almost always used, while in American usage, the suffix is joined to the noun without a hyphen.
Note: the suffixes below cannot necessarily replace "-like", but are also used to form words having the same sense as words formed using "-like".
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