- adj. Resembling or characteristic of a scarf.
- scarf + -like (Wiktionary)
“Bras in black as well as brights were meant to be seen under sheer and scarflike, backless tops.”
“Jeanne Jo translated a love letter into a crocheting pattern and created a massive scarflike scroll measuring 150 feet long.”
“She wore flowing scarflike garments and some kind of weird perfume, and she knew a lot about Dorothy Parker.”
“One designer was so flustered by the challenge she wound up sending her model down the runway with a bare chest, but for the scarflike knot of fabric that she was supposed to have used to make a shirt.”
“For his latest video, he opted for an American-style camouflage jacket, offset by a finely folded white turban with a scarflike tail draped ever so gracefully over his left shoulder.”
“The piece is composed of three main elements that were cast separately using the lost wax process and soldered together: the hero's head; the lion skin, or leonte, framing his face; and the beast's paws, which are knotted, scarflike, under the chin.”
“A man in the usual Romulan uniform—dark-glittering tunic and breeches, with a scarflike scarlet half-cloak fastened front and back over one shoulder—stood facing the bridge pickup.”
“A man in the usual Romulan uniform—dark-glittering tunic and breeches, with a scarflike scarlet half-cloak fastened front and back over one shoulder—stood facing the Bridge pickup.”
“One could see it, of course, at the back of her neck, below the white, scarflike turban.”
“I could see little, but it seemed to be a delicate head, covered closely with a white, scarflike turban, and I saw deep eyes, and a bit of veil, over the bridge of a fine, delicate nose.”
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