Definition of 'of that ilk'
Example sentences containing 'of that ilk'
Men of that ilk were few and far between --- and never before had anyone even remotely that gorgeous graced the floral duvets of Sunny Dene.TICKLED PINK (2002)
She was also, Marianne reflected, of that ilk of markedly feminine women who allow their men to make the decisions.OUT OF THE ASHES (2002)
I would not expect such things here, but I did smell something of that ilk aboard the guardboat, Prince Sameth.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2002)
Definition of of that ilk from the Collins English Dictionary
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