- wave + -like (Wiktionary)
“See a coral reef, crafted from yarn, which illustrates a natural geometric marvel known as the wavelike hyperbolic curves found in the Great Barrier and other reefs.”
“See a coral reef, crafted from yarn, that illustrates a natural geometric marvel known as the wavelike hyperbolic curves found in the Great Barrier and other reefs.”
“Only the last section, "V2 Schneider," reveals Glass's characteristic underlying surge; the choreography for this section likewise recalls the wavelike energy of Tharp's In the Upper Room and the ensemble sections of Nine Sinatra Songs.”
“The fluid imagery, reminiscent of an Asian river with its flowing curves, carried her eyes to the narrow, wavelike chandeliers made of silvery abalone shells, and the planes of old-style fishing nets draping the ceilings and windows.”
“These are punctuated by starlike nodes and wavelike striations in low relief that are polished to a high gloss.”
“Other objects fulfill the "gentleman's library" conceit—an 1877 ivory-and-silver "owl" perfume bottle by London silversmith William Frederick Williams; a silver-mounted Gorham inkstand, circa 1894; and a detailed metalwork model of a Chinese ship resting on a wavelike carved-wood base.”
“The definition provided by Dictionary. com contains an especially pointed illustration that might serve to define the morass likely to ensue in the days ahead: "a strong, wavelike, forward movement, rush, or sweep: the onward surge of an angry mob.”
“The blue tiles, occasional tiny splashes, reminded me of the ocean and my body lurched toward Sydney with a wavelike rush.”
“I wonder, do they mean transverse waves and their "photons" are restricted to lightspeed and longitudinal "wavelike structures" can have superluminal speeds?”
“At microscopic scales, the wavelike nature of light makes it act in a slightly “squishy” way.”
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