- adj. formed like and serving like a rudder
“-The owner has jury rigged an auxiliary rudder-like steering mechanism”
“I wonder how long we will have to wait for emergence of the auxiliary rudder-like steering mechanism mounted brake lever ARLSMMBL”
“Its sharp eye always gleaming and on the alert, the goshawk sweeps over fields and woods, changing its course in an instant by a slight movement of its rudder-like tail whenever any desired prey is sighted.”
“The Road-Runner tilted his long rudder-like tail, flattened his crested head until it reminded them of a wicked snake, and suddenly made up his mind to be friendly.”
“The rudder-like oar, several feet long, is held by the captain, who sculls and steers at the same time.”
“By the guidance of his rudder-like tail the hawk soon turned, and flew round to that side of the tree on which the squirrel had now settled.”
“Students heard about the peregrine falcon's flight speeds that top 200mph because of its unique third eye lid, and owls 'unique rudder-like tails - which contributed to Nasa designs.”
“An otter's feet are strongly webbed and the tail is long and rudder-like.”
“The flying dinosaur, about the size of a Canada goose, had a large, thin rudder-like sail on its head ...”
‘rudder-like’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for rudder-like.