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- adj. Describing something projecting like a horn.
- adj. Describing a hard substance similar to horn.
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- adj. made of horn (or of a substance resembling horn)
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We find abundance instead in a variety named Sweet Banana, which is festooned with clusters of mouthwatering fruits, hornlike and as long as your hand.
But here's the kicker: Mr. Payton fills out the frontline with vocalist Johnaye Kendrick, who sings with a hornlike quality somewhere between lyrics and scatting (an approach popularized by Esperanza Spalding).
Papilloma viruses cause the hornlike growths in rabbits that probably gave rise to myths of "jackalopes" in the American West.
Apparently the hornlike structure had an importance she had not guessed.
This was, she had ex - plained, merely an extension of her natural ability to harden her substance into bonelike or hornlike rigidity.
His ability to play hornlike lines, distorted by a cheap microphone, intertwining with Muddy's slide guitar, was one of the defining pieces of the Muddy Waters 'band's sound.
Al the cop, a six-foot-four bruiser with a giant head and a hornlike voice, liked to play Devil's Advocate in between bites of his eggplant parmagian 'sangweech.
Black fiddlers typically played with more vibrato and a rougher, fuller, more hornlike tone than their white counterparts; they could be more fearless, even rash, about venturing into the upper register, and their bowing patterns seemed less predictable.
The “happiness” crystal looks somewhat like a happy crab with hornlike formations on its hexagonal body.
A flower spur is a hollow, hornlike extension of a flower that holds nectar in its base.
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