from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Cathedral-like: as, cathedralesque churches.
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H tel de Bourgtheroulde (15 Place de la Pucelle, +33 2 35 14 50 50) occupies an extraordinary turreted, cathedralesque 16th-century building in the center of town.
But if Mr. di Suvero's work must be seen in Manhattan, the swank, skylighted, cathedralesque space of the Paula Cooper Gallery is as good as it gets.
Sipping wine in the cathedralesque living room of a glitzy chalet, a group that might have stepped out of Cyra McFadden's unforgettable satire of Marin County reverently prattles about the "oneness of being" and arrives at such cosmic insights as, "We are all like holograms."
The hills rose again to an overhanging steepness and broke down to a gap full of the purples of bare woods, before which stood the cathedralesque ruins of a brick-kiln, with its tall tower and apse-like ovens, on a green platform of levelled ground scored with the red of rusted trolley-lines.
Along with the typical armchairs and security desk, Ohm's cathedralesque lobby, with
However, it seemed vaguely inappropriate to disrupt these cathedralesque surroundings with violence.