- adj. Resembling a saucer.
- saucer + -like (Wiktionary)
“In November of 2006, United Airlines employees at O'Hare Airport in Chicago reported seeing a "flying saucerlike object" hovering over Concourse C of the United terminal.”
“They had long snouts and great, saucerlike eyes that saw everything.”
“I snapped this photo of three flying saucerlike clouds hovering over the 101 in Tarzana about an hour ago.”
“By slipping a $99 card into a slot under the keyboard, the iBook's built-in antennas can pick up a signal beamed by a $299 saucerlike base station (connected to a phone or Ethernet jack) the size of an ostrich egg.”
“He saw spiny creatures with bloody saucerlike eyes struggling as they were dragged under by boiling masses of slippery black tentacles.”
“A flying saucerlike object hovered low over O'Hare International Airport for several minutes before bolting through thick clouds with such intense energy that it left an eerie hole in overcast skies, said some United Airlines employees who observed the phenomenon.”
“A flying saucerlike object hovered low over O\'Hare International Airport for several minutes before bolting through thick clouds with such intense energy that it left an eerie hole in overcast skies, said some United Airlines employees who observed the phenomenon. ”
“A patera plural paterae is "a saucerlike vessel of earthenware or metal, used by the Greeks and Romans in libations and sacrifices".”
“(Ookara) a sphere flattened at the poles into which the use of ages wore thumb and finger indentations, the nether (Diban) flat with a saucerlike depression.”
“She paid only the most minimal attention to the work her hands were doing, cooking the soba, the buckwheat noodles, preparing the soy-based sauce in small porcelain cups, pouring the rest into a tiny matching pitcher, setting out the green horseradish and chopped cucumber on a saucerlike plate.”
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