Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling a dish or some aspect of one.

Etymologies

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dish +‎ -like

Examples

  • This caused a cascade of fine powder to rain down into a small dishlike container.

    Crystal Death

  • It runs through sedimentary rock scalloped from water wear (imagine the dishlike ripples on a wind-chopped lake, transposed to stone) and speckled with fossils, and there are veins and pipes of chert and calcite running through it.

    a day without a bruise is wasted.

  • The dishlike depression was splashed with deep crimson.

    FALSE MERMAID

  • The nasal bones had all but disappeared, and the exposed frontal bone bore evidence of several shallow, dishlike compression fractures.

    FALSE MERMAID

  • This caused a cascade of fine powder to rain down into a small dishlike container.

    Crystal Death

  • This caused a cascade of fine powder to rain down into a small dishlike container.

    Crystal Death

  • The nasal bones had all but disappeared, and the exposed frontal bone bore evidence of several shallow, dishlike compression fractures.

    FALSE MERMAID

  • The dishlike depression was splashed with deep crimson.

    FALSE MERMAID

  • Nothing thrills me more than red wine and herb-braised leg of lamb with an aged Cte Rotiethe straightforward gamey, iron nature of the meat with the multilayered, savory, floral, peppery, smoked meat, iodine, tar scents of aged Syrah to provide complexity to the dishlike an extension of the sauce.

    A Year of Wine

  • Nothing thrills me more than red wine and herb-braised leg of lamb with an aged Cte Rotiethe straightforward gamey, iron nature of the meat with the multilayered, savory, floral, peppery, smoked meat, iodine, tar scents of aged Syrah to provide complexity to the dishlike an extension of the sauce.

    A Year of Wine

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