- whip + -like (Wiktionary)
“Though it stood upright like a human, its thick white fur, whiplike tail, and long head was that of a rat.”
“It even had genes for a tail of sorts, a whiplike growth that would allow it to swim to hidden sources of nourishment.”
“It coiled and then snapped whiplike directly at my face, the diminutive mouth expanding to twice its original size, revealing row upon row of tiny teeth marching backward into the lightless tunnel of its gullet.”
“Hind legs turned to long, strong limbs with hooves and not paws, and the short tail elongated and grew whiplike, with a tuft at the end.”
“The show brought an awesome Sikh warrior on, trained in the use of the Aara, a flexible circular whiplike bladed weapon called a sword, but it is more like a sharp, flexible metal whip.”
“It darted along on its hind legs, the long whiplike tail extended out behind for balance.”
“In the drop of crystal water curled dark, whiplike tendrils of the old man's blood.”
“From the darkness of one cave stretched a bundle of black, whiplike tendrils or tentacles, lying motionless on a sandy seabed that had been recently disturbed, as if a broom had swept over it.”
“In a group round the mouth were sixteen slender, almost whiplike tentacles, arranged in two bunches of eight each.”
“No other canid, or other species, shows the same diversity of body types within a species, from the four-pound papillon to the two-hundred-pound Newfoundland; from slender dogs with long snouts and whiplike tails to pudgy dogs with foreshortened noses and stubs of tails.”
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