- adj. Resembling a dragon or some aspect of one.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Like a dragon.
- dragon + -like (Wiktionary)
“One of its dragonlike heads spit again, and Jonah moved too late.”
“As late as the early seventeenth century, the uncharted regions in various maps of the world would include drawings of dragonlike creatures – representations of the unknown, yet a concept based in reality.”
“Puzzled, I flipped the coin, a ponderous old piece of currency from Tarsis, marked with some forgotten human on one side and a dragonlike giant bird on the other.”
“The figures are carved in low relief, curlings and weavings and interlacing, dragonlike designs.”
“There were also a number of silkscreen prints on the walls, showing what must have been scenes from Shadowhunter mythology, but with an Eastern feel to them—warlords wielding glowing seraph blades were prominently featured, alongside colorful dragonlike creatures and slithering, pop-eyed demons.”
“Kylac and Allion went of to kill a dragon who was creating the dragonlike creatures that made up the Demon Queen's army.”
“After all, Elsie had been the dragonlike receptionist at my mother's production company, ViMar Productions, for twenty-eight long and stressful years, and here she was, still breathing, if not exactly breathing fire anymore.”
“Dyed neck bones adorned with tiny plastic eyes are transformed into quirky dragonlike creatures.”
“As he flung back his head to confront the dragon, a trick of the torches sent light dancing along his scaled face, making Reyn appear as dragonlike as Tintaglia.”
“There were the official commander's reports of great dragonlike wyrms that haunted the forests, and light troops who struck from ambush.”
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