in the same vein

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Prepositional phrase[edit]

in the same vein

  1. Of similar kind.
    His comments to the press were in the same carping vein as in previous speeches.


  1. (as adjective): Similar, like, alike; related.
  2. (as adverb): Similarly, likewise; relatedly.
  3. (as prepositional phrase): of like ilk