Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a hood.

Etymologies

hood +‎ -like (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Interestingly the man behind the board wore black robes and a hoodlike mask, alsso black, which covered his entire head.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • Empress Marie pulled a hoodlike cover off the dolls head.

    The Diamond Secret

  • Even the hoodlike envelopes of the corona were invisible, lost in the pixie-dust glitter of the inner coma.

    Perseus Spur

  • When he hears the bells he is seized with a longing to go to church himself, even though only for the sake of the hoodlike hats, and in the heat of desire he screams aloud and is about to plunge in.

    The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 12

  • As he himself -- pardon me, if I proceed to tell you here the contents of the poem -- as the poet, I was about to say, is passing the place, he is lying on the ship's deck and looking down into the water, and there he sees narrow, medieval streets, and women tripping along in hoodlike hats.

    The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 12

  • A soft patter of rain on the tarpaulin warned Helen to remember Dale's directions, and, pulling up the heavy covering, she arranged it hoodlike over the saddle.

    The Man of the Forest

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