Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling an arm (limb) or some aspect of one.

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  • adjective resembling an arm

Etymologies

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arm +‎ -like

Examples

  • A snake observes Death from below; above hovers an armlike cloud reaching out to pluck the rider from his seat.

    The Memory Palace

  • A snake observes Death from below; above hovers an armlike cloud reaching out to pluck the rider from his seat.

    The Memory Palace

  • The gnarled bough of a tree reached armlike over the wall.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • The gnarled bough of a tree reached armlike over the wall.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • The gnarled bough of a tree reached armlike over the wall.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • The gnarled bough of a tree reached armlike over the wall.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • A little bird told us that you were selling some beaucoup cannabis, and so, he said, bowing a bit and making a regal gesture with a sweep of his armlike, I thought the guy must have been totally stonedwe thought we might be able to avail ourselves of your resources, and to pay you well for them.

    Dark Dude

  • The gnarled bough of a tree reached armlike over the wall.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • A little bird told us that you were selling some beaucoup cannabis, and so, he said, bowing a bit and making a regal gesture with a sweep of his armlike, I thought the guy must have been totally stonedwe thought we might be able to avail ourselves of your resources, and to pay you well for them.

    Dark Dude

  • A little bird told us that you were selling some beaucoup cannabis, and so, he said, bowing a bit and making a regal gesture with a sweep of his armlike, I thought the guy must have been totally stonedwe thought we might be able to avail ourselves of your resources, and to pay you well for them.

    Dark Dude

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