Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling fabric.

Etymologies

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fabric +‎ -like

Examples

  • A lot of early abstraction came closer to such fabriclike "all-over-ism" than Old Master pictures ever had.

    Lucienne Day's textiles transcended mere fabric as examples of fine abstract art

  • Fine china is so strong that it will not easily shatter even when rendered into fine and delicate shapes and fabriclike folds.

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  • Style Court , said she saw the film recently and picked out a "Bennison fabriclike screen" that contrasts subtly with the manly furniture in the prince's bathroom.

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  • John Bowen, dean of the Hilton college, said he is working with an architectural group to incorporate a prototype of a fabriclike video screen being developed by

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  • But then so does Gehry's Beekman Tower, which appears loosely draped in a fabriclike skin.

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  • A chemical solution which adheres to the carbon dioxide strips it off the fabriclike sheets.

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