Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling day or some aspect of it.

Etymologies

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day +‎ -like

Examples

  • He opened his eyes and saw that the ceiling light had come on, with its white daylike radiance.

    Worldshaker

  • He opened his eyes and saw that the ceiling light had come on, with its white daylike radiance.

    Worldshaker

  • Like they were thrown together in daylike when you got a paper due the next day and you are up all night scrambling and put together something, and the teacher hands you big fat F!

    Live Blog from the Anchor Desk 11/3/08

  • Caught in the daylike brightness were creatures out of his nightmares and old stories-although under that much candlepower, they looked only like so many special-effects puppets.

    The Chrome Borne

  • Caught in the daylike brightness were creatures out of his nightmares and old stories-although under that much candlepower, they looked only like so many special-effects puppets.

    Omnibus

  • Caught in the daylike brightness were creatures out of his nightmares and old stories-although under that much candlepower, they looked only like so many special-effects puppets.

    Born To Run

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