(comparative more unlike, superlative most unlike)
- Not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.
- The brothers are quite unlike each other.
- They contributed in unlike amounts.
- (archaic) Not likely; improbable; unlikely.
From Middle English unlic, unlich, from Old English unlÄ«Ä‹, unÄ¡elÄ«Ä‹ (“unlike, different, dissimilar, diverse"), equivalent to un- +"Ž like.
(third-person singular simple present unlikes, present participle unliking, simple past and past participle unliked)
- To dislike.
- To withdraw support for a particular thing, especially on social networking websites
- I unliked the video link after I realized it was making fun of me.