- adj. Resembling a crater or some aspect of one.
- crater + -like (Wiktionary)
“When he examined biopsies of men and women with gastritis or gastric ulcers, he found a hazy, blue layer overlying the craterlike depressions of the ulcers in the stomach.”
“At the very instant Charles drew up beside the tree, the nut fell, disrupting the waves with a craterlike splash.”
“Continuing south, the next crater—Darwin—is hard to see because of its rather un-craterlike appearance.”
“The bust of Adams, with its craterlike pupils, leers over his shoulder.”
“And volcanic pressures under that surface raised great domes that would later collapse leaving craterlike formations when the eruptions subsided.”
“Al Rhemish lay at the bottom of a great craterlike bowl surrounded by broad, barren vistas.”
“The storm which had preceded the night-attack was one of those lowly pitched thunder-clouds which, caught in a craterlike valley enclosed by kopjes, revolved in a circle until it had spent itself.”
“In repose the geyser is a quiet pool, occupying a craterlike depression in a conical mound some twelve feet high.”
“These manifestations differentiate the disease from glanders, in which the ulcers are craterlike, do contain exuberant granulations, and the discharge is of a viscous, oily character.”
“All I could see was a faint, craterlike outline in the dirt.”
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