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  • adj. Alternative spelling of animal-like.


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  • As she lumbered clumsily toward Kethry, the sorceress got a whiff of an unpleasant reek-half unwashed clothing and stale sweat, half an animallike musk.


  • Kirk wondered at the strange calls, neither fully birdlike nor animallike, that echoed in the rugged canyon.


  • Jurt cried out-no recognizable words, just an animallike bleat.

    Sign of Chaos

  • The acid made a sickening, sizzling sound, and he sank to his knees, his shrieks fading to frantic, animallike whimpers.


  • But Iza's actions were not animallike, they were very human, very humane.

    The Clan of the Cave Bear

  • So it's a reflex of this body, with its animallike madnesses.

    The Battle of Forever

  • Ordinarily, Travis Fox was not one to be governed by the wishes of a _mba'a_, intelligent and un-animallike as it might be.

    The Defiant Agents

  • Something blocked the light of the doorway, a tall animallike figure.


  • He saw mankind going trough life in a childlike or animallike manner, which he loved and also despised at the same time.


  • The moon was sliding up out of the east; it changed the faces of the men and made them oddly animallike; they stared, fascinated, at Andrew.

    Way of the Lawless


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