Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a razor; thus, sharp

Etymologies

razor +‎ -like (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Knifelike things, razorlike things, gluelike things.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • He smiled, exposing teeth that had grown disturbingly long and razorlike in the past twenty-four hours.

    My Fair Succubi

  • It opened its small thin mouth to speak, revealing rows of razorlike teeth that could cut through flesh and bone in an instant.

    Father Swarat

  • In the novel, blood — often liberated from its owners by razors and objects with razorlike edges — is forever pooling.

    Living With Music: Bill Cotter - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Soon after, another shark is caught, pinned on the deck, its razorlike teeth reminding us these predators are dangerous - near the top of the ocean's food chain.

    CNN Transcript Oct 7, 2009

  • Upon contact with human flesh, the polymer ablation rate is exceeded, which causes violent fracturing of the projectile into thousands of sharp, razorlike fragments.

    Killer Bullet

  • These general notions did not have, to say the least, any razorlike precision.

    A History of American Law

  • Makos are apex predators, torpedo shaped and all muscle, with layered rows of razorlike teeth.

    Fly Fishing for Mako Sharks

  • Hooking yourself to a mouthful of razorlike teeth is not a good thing.

    Andros Island: Flyfishing in Bonefish Paradise

  • Then more hands showed up—a dozen, two—and more heads, and then they charged from the hole, their pale skinny bodies naked but armed with long, razorlike claws at the ends of their tapered fingers and toes.

    Love and Death

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