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- adj. Resembling a domino (game piece) or some aspect of one, especially the propensity to tumble in a chain reaction.
The most recent stock run-up came after a complex restructuring last year, involving a dominolike series of share sales among various Riady companies.
The dominolike rows of housing blocks "had the air of empty theoretical speculations," wrote William J.R. Curtis, in "Modernist Architecture Since 1900."
This was the year that communism collapsed, dominolike, throughout Eastern Europe.
House, the vacancy in Chicago's mayoral race could touch off a dominolike series of personnel changes at the White House.
The earliest European references to playing cards date to the 1300s, though a dominolike form emerged earlier in China.
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