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“I feel like it's my home away from home, cozy and family-like, only without the fat bookends.”
“At the simple camps, Brooks and his family got to know the other guests and found that the staff created a warm, family-like atmosphere.”
“In short periods, I've come to develop family-like relationships with these men.”
“Despite the chaos and noise at Duffy's home, Amy Flurry, a regular contributor to The Inside Source, eBay's digital style magazine, was able to shoot this video interview with Smith who discussed how the book was intended to reflect the family-like atmosphere at Marc Jacobs.”
“Start-ups need to be frugal and create a family-like atmosphere.”
“I truly loved how this restaurant had such a great family-like atmosphere.”
“The structured, family-like atmosphere of the school is designed to develop each child's self-concept, not only through an understanding of his or her disability, but by exploring strengths, identifying talents, and heightening self-awareness through interaction with others.”
“What was clear was that people have a very emotional and family-like involvement with the orchestra.”
“A full-day kindergarten program was added more than a decade ago, and he created a more open and family-like environment among staff members.”
“Like when he said two weeks ago the Giants 'organization was the most family-like he'd ever played with and an editor at one Philadelphia newspaper called him "an ungrateful fraud" because it was the Eagles who'd brought in his actual brother Stacy to play alongside him?”
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... to use these words in spoken English and reap esteem. In the SPOKEN corpus of the COCA (full corpus: 450 million words) none of these occur.
Adjectively used nominal phrases with a "-" inside.
With "-like" you can basically make an adjective from any noun. Does it mean that there are more adjectives than nouns in English?
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