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- adj. Resembling down (soft immature feathers) or some aspect of it.
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- adj. like down or as soft as down
The bottoms only five or six meters downlike the deep end of a high-diving pool.
If only to stop some of the absurd lower court decisions that have been coming downlike:
For finger foods, they had scallion pancakes (referred to as Pa Jon in Korean), a nice selection of shrimp and vegetable tempura, Fried chicken wings, fried zucchini, and some potstickers (which I ate 136 of - they go downlike popcorn).
Silvan reached out his hand, ran his fingers over her head, felt the warmth of her skin, the sofu1ess of the downlike hai4 the hardness of the bone beneath.
I laid her down on her bed, put the sheet over her feet, sat down beside her, and brushed her soft, downlike hair with my hand.
These white, fluffy, downlike feathers grow on the lower underpart of the body of the Maribou Stork.
The Nilgiris are undulating and downlike, hence the kites are able, while hovering higher than the summits of the hills, to see what is happening in the valleys.