people with [like] hearts and minds

Lydia Qiu

Senior Member
Hi all!
Does the underlined word sound right in this sentence?
It's a unification point of people with like hearts and minds who still want to rock. And along the way, they may just also find Unida Cantina.
  • Chez

    Senior Member
    English English
    Yes, it's OK. It's a little unusual, but it means: people with hearts and minds that think and feel in the same way.

    Their hearts and minds are 'alike' (but 'like' on its own can be used in contexts like this).
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