Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a cabin or some aspect of one.

Etymologies

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cabin +‎ -like

Examples

  • It was two stories and seemed more cabinlike than the main house.

    Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour

  • Most of the small homes I saw were wood and cabinlike, with the exception of a few brick structures.

    Good Fortune

  • The hotel is intimately scaled to feel like a home, with sleek but warm modernist interiors contrasting with the traditional cabinlike exterior.

    The Old-Fashioned Cure

  • Around the world, though, they're often three-room cabinlike structures, some with-out plumbing or glass windows.

    Building Success

  • It was set into a cabinlike structure in the center of the roof.

    The Mortal Instruments: Book One: City of Bones

  • Somehow he had styled the factory after a cabinlike structure so that it looked like it belonged in the outskirts of Winnerow.

    Fallen Hearts

  • The commander sealed the hatch beneath him, which resembled another tiled floor square of the cabinlike section of the ship, which contained the fresher, wall-galley, and bunk.

    The Silent Warrior

  • The first large gallery focuses on Puerto Ricans, through the vibrant color photographs from the mid-1990s with which Ejlat Feuer, a native of Israel, documented urban gardens punctuated by small cabinlike casitas.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Solage resort at the winding end of the Silverado Trail in Calistoga features cabinlike rooms set around a beautiful pool and a Howard Backen-designed dining room.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Neighborhood clusters of 65 to 145 of the cabinlike homes would encircle a centralized kitchen and dining area, washroom and toilet area, a communal water supply and a temporary sewage-collection "bladder."

    Kitsap Sun Stories

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