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- adjective like a baby especially in dependence
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Also: Parallel-universe physicist Brian Greene is "nice-looking for a regular guy; babelike for a scientist," and as capable as debating vegan cheese as string theory, reports Monica Hesse...
He is trim, brown-haired, nice-looking for a regular guy; babelike for a scientist.
This innocent daring, this babelike ripping up of serviceable conventions -- God knows what advantage such men might take of it.
But she spoke in a fast staccato, so she didn’t come across as babelike.
If you want a babelike 30-year-old hanging around the house, by all means, buy that car for them … the shiny red one!”