Unlike Definition

ŭn-līk
adjective
Having little or no resemblance; not alike; different; dissimilar.
Webster's New World
Not equal, as in amount.
American Heritage
Unlikely.
Webster's New World
Unequal.
They contributed in unlike amounts.
Wiktionary
Antonyms:
preposition
Not like; different from.
A case unlike any other.
Webster's New World
Not typical of.
It's unlike him not to call.
American Heritage
Not characteristic of.
It's unlike him to give up.
Webster's New World
In contrast with.
Wiktionary
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verb
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.
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Origin of Unlike

  • From Middle English unlic, unlich, from Old English unlÄ«Ä‹, unÄ¡elÄ«Ä‹ (“unlike, different, dissimilar, diverse"), equivalent to un- +"Ž like.

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  • From un- +"Ž like.

    From Wiktionary

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