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The show was unlike anything we'd ever seen before.
Unlike most actors, Harris is a rather shy man.
The festival has been a great success, unlike last year when it rained non-stop.
It's so unlike Mary to go off somewhere without telling someone.
She was led into an office not unlike the one she had just left.
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Definition of unlike from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.