But facing defeat in the American culture wars, The Family and its ilk looked elsewhere—including to Uganda.
Israel must do what it can to undermine the subversive activities of Moshe Feiglin and his ilk—and it already is.
As much as the NRA and its ilk want to deny it, having a gun in the home is a risk factor for serious injury or death.
Bianco was only too aware of the criticism that the scene and its ilk engendered, and expected it.
Dewey was not alone among firms of its ilk in going after star hires.
The man on the trough was of the ilk of the men who surrounded him.
You remember Mrs. Wallace, don't you—Pritchard, of that ilk?
Remembre e of ilk noble corolarie at I af e a lytel here byforne.
Thus I get a perspective upon the place, to Will and his ilk denied.
If it were not for him and a few others of his ilk the matter would have been settled long ago.
Old English ilca "same" (n. and adj.), from Proto-Germanic *ij-lik, in which the first element is from the PIE demonstrative particle *i- (see yon) and the second is that in Old English -lic "form" (see like). Of similar formation are which and such. Phrase of that ilk implies coincidence of name and estate, as in Lundie of Lundie; applied usually to families, so by c.1790 it began to be used with meaning "family," then broadening to "type, sort."