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- adj. Resembling a claw
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having a base shaped like a claw; -- of flower petals.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. resembling a claw
Something clawlike was reaching down at him, talonless but grasping.
The clawlike, heavily veined hand looks like a sea creature.
I blinked and caught a glimpse of a brown gnarled hand with black clawlike fingernails curling around my door.
He clutched a rolled-up piece of parchment with tiny hands studded with black clawlike nails.
"Use a clawlike movement, rather than a flat hand," Cunningham says, "and if your hair's long, don't apply the shampoo directly to the ends – lift the length of the hair and squeeze the crown so that the shampoo flows down to it."
To the east is the Mississippi and its long, clawlike delta that seems to point to the site where the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded and sank.
Soliman, the sultan, is in cahoots with sinister aliens who slink across the stage, shrouded like mummies, with black faceplates and, in one case, clawlike appendages used as an extra set of legs.
The bottle slipped out of his clawlike hands and rolled away on the floor to where he could not reach it.
They grasped with clawlike hands as they moved, reaching…reaching…
A faint wisp of oily black smoke wafted upward from the joined hands, and Brynna noticed that the Hispanic woman was the one with the clawlike fingernails.
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