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  • adj. Resembling or characteristic of a frond.


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frond +‎ -like


  • A system of infrared proximity sensors, microcontrollers, strands of titanium nickel memory wire, and custom circuit boards helps Hylozoic Soil zero in on victims: Hundreds of frondlike fingers made of serrated Mylar, acetate, and polycarbonate reach out to greet you, as dense colonies of whiskers wave excitedly overhead.

    A Beastly Building Material That Just Might Bite You

  • Finished, the old boy whipped around and starting trying to drag a frondlike piece of windwhale off somebody else.

    The Silver Spike

  • It had a vertical bar, a rather strict one, with two curling, frondlike extensions, rather near its base, as though in submission to it.

    Dancer Of Gor

  • The two frondlike curls indicate femininity and beauty; the staff, in its uncompromising severity, indicates that the femininity is subject to discipline; the upturned curves on the frondlike curls indicate total openness and vulnerability.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • It is a simple mark, and rather floral, a staff, with two, upturned, frondlike curls, joined where they touch, the staff on its right.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • For example, in the slave brand, the 'Kef', though clearly a Kef and in cursive script, is more floral, in the extended, upturned, frondlike curls, than would be the common cursive Kef.

    Explorers Of Gor

  • Sometimes her clear eyes chilled him like the air of a certain little cold hour of the dawn that he very much dreaded; it was a relief to turn away from them to the warm and subtle scents and frondlike ways of Marice Hading.

    Blue Aloes Stories of South Africa

  • Their bright brown shafts and towers of flat, frondlike branches make a striking feature of the landscapes throughout all the seasons.

    The Yosemite


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