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- adjective Similar to a
- adjective Similar to that of a
dog; as, a doglike nose, doglike devotion.
- adjective rare Befitting a
dog; as, doglike treatment.
- adverb In a doglike way.
- adverb rare As one would act toward a dog; as, to treat someone doglike.
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- adjective resembling a dog; especially in devotion
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The name Cynic, derived from the Greek word for a dog, is variously accounted for, some attributing it to the 'doglike' habits of the school, others to their love of 'barking' criticism, others to the fact that a certain gymnasium in the outskirts of Athens, called
The Chauvet Cave "dogwolf"—the term I use for a doglike, or highly socialized, wolf who kept company with humans—is controversial, but it cannot easily be dismissed.
Bryce has turned Vicky 2 into a doglike character.
One called her “the sloppy second” and another a not fan asked “If she was a part of the wolf pack?” saying her look and facial expressions were doglike.
Twenty-two horrors and twice as many of the doglike terrors stared at her from all around the room.
During The Shadows tired and disillusioned Exploration Team leader Barrier finds the remnants of a race destroyed by astrological catastrophe, and their faithful doglike servants.
The wives become screaming harridans or, broken-spirited and doglike, lose what little decency and self-respect they have remaining over from their maiden days, and all sink together, unheeding, in their degradation and dirt.
Though you do need a little room at least a 20-by-20-foot pen and some solid fencing, goats are easy keepers and the most doglike pets I know of.
At the shoulder, the arm attached to a deformed body, one with a doglike rib cage, deep rather than wide.
Lip-lip not existed, he would have passed his puppyhood with the other puppies and grown up more doglike and with more liking for dogs.