very similar; like one another
in the same way or in a similar way
used after you have referred to two people or groups, to mean “both” or “equally”
"all politicians are alike"
"they looked utterly alike"
"friends are generally alike in background and taste"
"parents and teachers alike demanded reforms"
"they walk alike"
Male twins, both alike.
出自：Comedy of Errors , Shakespeare
Their alike profiles.
出自： E. Bowen
They looked alike, though the resemblance did not lie in their features.
出自： D. Parker
Nature, a mother kind alike to all.
The curtains,..the wallpapers, which alike were a rich-coloured paste of little flowers.
出自： R. West