In the same way; similarly: "Some have little power to do good, and have likewise little strength to resist evil” ( Samuel Johnson). (adverb)
As well; also.(adverb)
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Use "likewise" in a sentence
"“Will quarters appropriate to the title likewise be issued me?”"
"The old Baron, -- for of this title likewise he could boast, since he had poured a great sum into the"
"Universals arise merely from our making use of one and the same idea in thinking of all individual objects between which there subsists a certain likeness; and when we comprehend all the objects represented by this idea under one name, this term likewise becomes universal."