suchlike

[ suhch-lahyk ]
/ ˈsʌtʃˌlaɪk /

adjective

of any such kind; similar.

pronoun

persons or things of such a kind.

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Origin of suchlike

late Middle English word dating back to 1375–1425; see origin at such, like1
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British Dictionary definitions for suchlike

suchlike
/ (ˈsʌtʃˌlaɪk) /

adjective

(prenominal) of such a kind; similarJohn, Ken, and other suchlike idiots

noun

such or similar persons or thingshyenas, jackals, and suchlike
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