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  • adj. Resembling an eel in shape or behaviour.

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  • adj. resembling an eel in being long and thin and sinuous


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eel + -like


  • Dragons, with broad fan-gilled heads and fanged jaws wide, roared as their eellike bodies slithered into the water behind the unicorns.

    Fatal Circle

  • On closer inspection she saw that it wasn't hair but a migrating colony of eellike creatures that were parasitic on the creature's back.

    Jed the Dead

  • The narrow, eellike head reached out of the wave wall and snapped at it viciously, teeth grinding on the sharp metal.


  • It's easy to see how an eellike fish could swim into the wide end of this cone, push through the movable strips and not be able to swim back out.

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  • Precious-metals miners become trapped on the ocean floor with an eellike genetic alteration. - News

  • He drew every limb toward the center of the raft as the eellike fish swam closer and he saw their ferocious jaws, the equal of any pike’s or barracuda’s.



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