I feel likewise.
Comparing similar ideas. These words and phrases tell the reader how to things are similar: likewise, similarly, also, in the same way, equally.
The most perfect ape cannot draw an ape; only man can do that; but, likewise, only man regards the ability to do this as a sign of superiority.
A naïve fox does not exist. Likewise, there is no such thing as a man without faults.
Yet Japan is still not sufficiently understood by other countries, and the Japanese, likewise, find foreigners difficult to understand.
the programmes of study will apply from five years of age, likewise the attainment targets’
Yeah, likewise, It was really good to see you and your family.
But Thrawn likewise shouldn't have put Eli in the middle of this in the first place.
I, likewise, studied at this university
"Some have little power to do good, and have likewise little strength to resist evil" (Samuel Johnson)
As each name was called a member of the family brought a lighted candle to the altar and when this was completed members of the congregation did likewise.
If our analysis is faulty, our solutions will likewise be faulty.
The man explained how hard he had worked to become qualified and suggested that his son should do likewise.
Nanny put on a shawl and told the girls to do likewise. You're always welcome at our house.' 'Likewise.' "Nice to meet you." "Likewise."
From a lexical point of view, Esperanto appears as an Indo-European language, but structurally it is an isolating language, likewise Chinese.
English word "ebenfalls"(likewise) occurs in sets:Expedition in die HeimatSlow German: AdidasGerman others