Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling a crow (the bird) or some aspect of one.

Etymologies

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From crow +‎ -like.

Examples

  • Following outside, she caught sight of the bizarre-looking troupe again—the cackling, crowlike man and the terrified man in the wheelchair, closely followed by the white-coated doctor and the waddling nurse.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • Following outside, she caught sight of the bizarre-looking troupe again—the cackling, crowlike man and the terrified man in the wheelchair, closely followed by the white-coated doctor and the waddling nurse.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • Math is tasty and delicious and will help you grow up to be big and strong and very crowlike.

    Freaked Out

  • In a great show of crowlike excitement, he began to wave a stack of tests about.

    Freaked Out

  • Math is tasty and delicious and will help you grow up to be big and strong and very crowlike.

    Freaked Out

  • In a great show of crowlike excitement, he began to wave a stack of tests about.

    Freaked Out

  • Thus, in woodpeckers it is hard and strong, as also in crows and birds of crowlike habit, while in the smaller birds it is delicate, so as to be of use in collecting seeds and picking up minute animals.

    On the Parts of Animals

  • His—its—eyes are eerie, crowlike and tilting sharply upward at the outer ends, yet oddly human.

    Old Magic

  • His—its—eyes are eerie, crowlike and tilting sharply upward at the outer ends, yet oddly human.

    Old Magic

  • His—its—eyes are eerie, crowlike and tilting sharply upward at the outer ends, yet oddly human.

    Old Magic

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