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- adj. Having an oblong shape
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like a block; stupid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like a block; stupid.
The boy shouted, “Hanha!” and pointed at the blocklike concrete building.
The only motor vehicle in sight was a dusty motorcycle parked behind a blocklike concrete structure, which was by far the biggest building in town.
Itex headquarters had an unmistakable eau de prison about it-looming, blocklike rectangular buildings made of dirty brown brick.
When someone used mouthwash, they did so with blocklike letters that helpfully spelled out, "ARGLE GLARGLE GLORGLE GLUK."
Cutting-edge CSS also allows you to design web pages dynamically, just placing items wherever you want them without the worry of having to use the blocklike tables to set things.
He was a big, beefy man with coal black eyes and a blocklike face frozen permanently in a scowl.
That was obvious, not from his physical appearance, which was impressive, given that he was as tall as Majer Noryan, and muscular, but in a tapered fashion, rather than being bulky and blocklike as Noryan was.
And Schwarzenegger's bouncing around like a Hummer on meth, inflicting that weird maniacal grin and massive blocklike head all over the unsuspecting media, as pretty much the entire population of even slightly aware and intelligent people in California and in fact all over the nation go, oh holy Christ, please dear God no.
Squat, blocklike shapes—some as high as fifteen stories—thrust up from the orange soil.
The ground inside the compound was a chaotic menage of shallow ravines and low ridges, except for one huge, blocklike building in the center of the grounds.
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