- adj. alternative spelling of lavalike.
“Anyways, one would think that, thanks to a lava-like fever, I'd have some craaaaaazy dreams last night.”
“Gorey said a byproduct of the proposed plant will be a black, lava-like substance, which can be granulated for road-bed use or air blown for industrial insulation.”
“Now some chefs are throwing up roadblocks to bacon's lava-like flow into every crevice of the culinary topography.”
“They and firefighters were sent to drop sand and pour concrete on the lava-like reactor fuel still seething at the site, to haul away debris, to put out fires with water, and to seed the skies for rain that would precipitate volatile cesium from the atmosphere, resulting in black rain that poured down on an unevacuated populace.”
“Every heart is unique since it was formed from smoking-hot, lava-like molten recycled gold, just like your love was sort of.”
“Where the ground was bare, it was twisted upon itself in gray lava-like swirls and dotted with half-shattered bubbles that looked like hatched ebony eggs clustered at the base of the glittering trees.”
“And then using the harvested chunks of “lava-like rocks,” a new Chernobyl will spring forth from the detritus of interrupted lives — radiation free and inhabitable once again.”
“That super-heated oil is used to boil water to power steam turbines, or to pump excess heat into vats of salts, turning them a molten, lava-like consistency.”
“We saw that he could be invisible to some, inaudible to others, and that the perimeter of his shack is surrounded by some kind of lava-like ash substance.”
“In a heavy-bottomed saucepan or an enameled cast-iron pot, combine the butter and sugar over medium heat and cook until the sugar has melted completely and the mixture has taken on a thick frothy appearance, lava-like, as Shuna aptly puts it, 5 to 10 minutes.”
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