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- adj. Having characteristics of a cactus
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The segmented ring includes several forest types: rainforest along the eastern escarpment and in the north, dry forest with baobab and other thirst-tolerant species in the west, cactuslike thorn forest in the south.
Succulent cactuslike prickles that rake the skin and leave welts of flaming irritation are not unlike the effects many of our messages will have upon you; however, we are to persevere with many upsetting themes, for the situation upon your planet is very grave.
At first, nothing caught my eye, but in the midst of the swamp grass was a greenish cactuslike plant.
Enormous cactuslike trees stretched bulbous fingers to the sky.
The largest living thing they had found so far was a sort of nervous-looking pink cactuslike plant which soared fifteen meters or more into the angry sky and was several meters around at the base.
The installation is called "Flaming Cactus," and there is a cactuslike aspect to the lampposts from some close-up angles; at least the kind of cactus one might expect to find in the East Village.