Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a park

Etymologies

park +‎ -like (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • There is also talk of adding a waterfall to a parklike area around the statue, and of building a new hotel for pilgrims.

    Come Ye: Poland's Big Jesus Statue Draws Pilgrims, Chafes Nonbelievers

  • Instead of being buried by family members in churchyards, the dead were taken to new large, parklike cemeteries built outside the centers of cities.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Features: Attached garage, laundry in garage, parklike backyard.

    Fresno housing market has foreclosures, but remains tight

  • But Oshel and other residents said the neighborhood's leafy, parklike atmosphere makes the hassle worthwhile.

    Woodside Park, a leafy enclave of unique homes in Silver Spring

  • In 2007, while looking for a house in other areas of the city, he found a 1917 end-unit rowhouse on a corner lot with a view of the parklike setting in Northwest near the Armed Forces Retirement Home, long known locally as the Soldiers 'and Airmen's Home.

    Park View neighborhood in District is pleasantly walkable

  • The vision of downtown regeneration as the appropriate legacy of an unspeakable tragedy was lost, but the faulty process has resulted, largely by subtraction of every socially desirable feature, in the one thing New York's development philosophy absolutely abjures — an enormous, open, parklike public space on exorbitantly expensive land.

    Rules of Engagement

  • The bureau had promised the dam workers a healthful settlement, and it regarded the shade trees and parklike greens of an idealized small-town America as a covenant of that promise.

    Colossus

  • On Saturday afternoon, its parklike grounds were also the setting for one of the nicest, most laid-back parties of the festival.

    SXSW: Music to Relax To - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The road curved, dipped down a hill, with the grassy, parklike Dealey Plaza on both the left and right.

    The Kennedy Detail

  • It was built along modern lines as a parklike Eden where visitors to the dead might be uplifted by the idea of natural beauty.

    Louisa May Alcott

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