- adj. resembling metal
“It consists of a head that looks like a sleek metallic-looking helmet, a torso, two arms and two hands with fingers that operate much like human digits.”
“Friday morning, a masked and hooded man walked up to a teller at the Capital One Bank in Takoma Park, placed a metallic-looking device with wires sticking out of it on the counter and pulled out a 9mm handgun.”
“Mr. Solberg had a photograph in the auction — a 36 "x 60" print showing a metallic-looking, in-your-face Jesus Christ.”
“Germanium is a metallic-looking, grayish-white element.”
“Perhaps their small, metallic-looking bodies and shiny black eyes do not entrance you ... or their brilliant blue tails have lost their appeal.”
“Granted, Benito will find shiny metallic-looking fish-shaped pieces for months to come.”
“Heeger were experimenting with a metallic-looking film of the inorganic polymer sulphur nitride, (SN) x.”
“Picard still hadnt decided if that metallic-looking band around the upper half of Geordis face was part of him or not.”
“As I look on, spellbound, the baby cracks away the last of its shell and slides free of the metallic-looking shards, a whole and viable life-form.”
“An oversized black wool and metallic-looking leather bomber jacket covered her from waist to neck.”
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