- adj. Having characteristics of a plant
“The long-current idea that animal tissues grow only as a sort of deposit from the blood-vessels was now discarded, and the fact of so-called plantlike growth of animal cells, for which Schwann contended, was universally accepted.”
“The new genes were making the neurons behave in plantlike ways.”
“Authorities found a "small plastic sandwich bag containing a green leafy plantlike substance and a small wooden marijuana pipe.”
“But there was also something plantlike in the way Rain lay.”
“He seemed so naive and plantlike, believing in chamomile herbs, not owning a camera, thinking I had a poodle that died.”
“The condition is caused by eating fish containing toxins produced by the dinoflagellate Gambierdiscus toxicus, a one-celled plantlike organism that grows on algae in tropical waters worldwide.”
“The 'bots built cybernetic implants in the body, which then came bursting all metal-plantlike and horrifying out of the host's skin, reinforcing, rewiring, or just plain replacing the original organs.”
“The Communities were not plants, but it was easiest to think of them in those terms since most of the time, most of them looked so plantlike.”
“A fungus is a microscopic plantlike organism that likes to take up residence on the human body.”
“But strangely, I feel myself most plantlike when I am at the mercy of a strong Gorean master, who may water me as he pleases.”
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