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How does it differ, if at all, from the suffix っぽい? I don't think the two are interchangeable. For one thing, the ppoi suffix is often some kind of negative thing like やすっぽい = cheapo, あきっぽい = easily bored, or something. らしい is just "seems like" or "appears to be" without a negative connotation. 2) Is it as archaic as other -き form adjectives tend to be, ...

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