anything like

Nearly. — Used in negative, interrogative, and conditional sentences, often in the negative forms "nothing like" or "nowhere near".
It's not anything like as hot today as it was yesterday.
Do you think that gold ring is worth anywhere near a hundred dollars?
Today's game was nowhere near as exciting as yesterday's game.
Studying that lesson should take nothing like two hours.
Categories: adverb conditional used in interrogative used in negative