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Use "like-minded" in a sentence
"The Palestinian representative in Ottawa, Linda Sobeh Ali, said Monday she has been disappointed by reports that Canada is lobbying 30 countries in what has been called a "like-minded" group, although she said details of Ottawa's diplomatic efforts have remained unclear."
"The closed-door meeting brought together officials of what the ministry described as "like-minded countries.""
"While Americans were not necessarily consciously sorting themselves into, and out of, churches on the basis of issues with political salience like abortion, their sorting nonetheless brought politically like-minded people together."