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Having similar tastes or opinions.‘a small group of like-minded friends’
like-minded, compatible, kindred, well suited, easy to get along withView synonyms
- ‘Do Australians surround themselves with like-minded people and what unites and divides them?’
- ‘Blogging is the medium that lets us communicate with like-minded people.’
- ‘The company of other like-minded people adds to their enjoyment and enhances the feeling of well being.’
- ‘It also gives the players the chance to meet other like-minded young people and aims to get them formal football qualifications.’
- ‘The fair also provides an opportunity to meet like-minded people and find out more about their organisations.’
- ‘People tend to talk mostly to like-minded people who communicate in the same way.’
- ‘Groups of like-minded people gathering to drink beer and debate the great issues of the day are nothing new.’
- ‘Their interests are used to help define themselves and engage in social scenes with like-minded people.’
- ‘Nice to see some like-minded musicians getting together to bring some great music to a wider audience.’
- ‘David is quick to add that he is just one in a team of dedicated, like-minded people from his village who support Housing for Humanity.’
- ‘For the party faithful they are the opportunity to meet like-minded people.’
- ‘Having spoken to people about it the general consensus is that it is a good way to meet other like-minded people.’
- ‘Chatrooms are effectively meeting places that both children and adults use to meet like-minded people.’
- ‘It was so nice to be amongst like-minded people in a positive atmosphere for the week.’
- ‘In many ways, blogging had become a way of leading a kind of surrogate social life with like-minded people.’
- ‘Please leave your comments on the forum and view the opinions of like-minded and disgusted people across this land.’
- ‘The meetings encourage like-minded people to gather for a creative and stimulating exchange of ideas.’
- ‘A few like-minded people felt that it was one of town's true traditions and that it should be continued.’
- ‘We offer you the chance to meet like-minded people and get a national qualification, in exchange for your commitment.’
- ‘He loved to chat about agriculture matters and enjoyed the company of like-minded people.’
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