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ŭn-līk'
The definition of unlike is a person or thing that is different from another.

An example of unlike is a woman with short hair in a group of women with long hair.

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The definition of unlike is to withdraw your previously-posted expression of liking someone or something on a social media website.

An example of unlike is to remove the like which you previously selected under a post from one of your friends on FaceBook.

An example of unlike is to remove a television show which you previously had noted as one of your likes on FaceBook.

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Not alike; different.

For twins, they are very unlike.

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Not equal, as in amount.
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Different from; not like.

She's unlike the rest of her family.

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Not typical of.

It's unlike him not to call.

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Having little or no resemblance; not alike; different; dissimilar.
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Unlikely.
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Not like; different from.

A case unlike any other.

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Not characteristic of.

It's unlike him to give up.

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Not like; dissimilar; diverse; having no resemblance.

The brothers are quite unlike each other.

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Unequal.

They contributed in unlike amounts.

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(archaic) Not likely; improbable; unlikely.
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Differently from; not in a like or similar manner.
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In contrast with.
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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.