two peas in a pod
two peas in a pod
also, like peas in a pod
Meaning | Synonyms
- practically identical in appearance
- alike in character or in looks
- to be very similar
- when two or more things are inseparable
- bearing a very close resemblance or proximity
- Those boys could be twins, they are like two peas in a pod.
- Jeffrey definitely has a preferred type of woman that he finds attractive. The last three have been like peas in a pod.
- She piled the kids in the back of the tiny car like peas in a pod and off they went.
- Lisa and her best friend could be sisters, they are as alike as two peas in a pod.
- They’ve hardly been apart since they met. They are always together, like two peas in a pod.
- His beloved wife Wilma was his soul mate and constant companion. They were like two peas in a pod.
- We’re two peas in a pod and I see him as my brother from another mother.
- For many years, Prince William and his younger brother, Prince Harry were two peas in a pod.
- The pair have been described as being like “two peas in a pod” and “the best of friends”.
- Just like their mamas, the two boys hit it off like two peas in a pod.
- “Just like two peas in a pod. He’d come up almost every weekend to see her and spend time with her. And he just loved her to death.”
- Relationship and compromise are like two peas in a pod.
- He loved his devoted girlfriend Louise. Two peas in a pod, they shared the same sense of humor and zest for life.
This idiom is used to say that two people are very similar in either appearance or in character. It alludes to tiny peas in a pod which, more or less all look the same in size, colour. They are also packed into the pod very tightly so, this idiom is also used to suggest two or more people being close or inseparable.