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  • adj. Resembling a gallery, especially an art gallery


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

gallery +‎ -like


  • We are drowning in hipness, in the blind worship of gallerylike rooms in glass-walled buildings that are to me the biggest cliché of all.

    Stephen Drucker: What Is "Modern Design" Now?

  • In 1993, Sander made perhaps the biggest fashion statement of the decade: she took the old Vionnet couture house on the Avenue Montaigne in Paris and turned it into a sweeping, white-on-white gallerylike space to sell her "" pure '' clothes.

    The Queen Of Clean

  • He longed for the spark and dazzle of the new Tokyo, the soaring, ugly buildings so new the lacquer had not yet dried in their towering gallerylike lobbies; he longed for the bustle of the young Japanese, so chic and beautiful in their wide-shouldered jackets, their loose blousey shirts, and their high-waisted trousers.

    The Miko

  • When the new building opens, the institute will get a physical presence, including a gallerylike area featuring exhibits on how to present culture in an increasingly digital world.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Palo Alto, Calif., company -- led by PayPal veteran Elon Musk since 2004 -- opened a handful of gallerylike spaces in hip locations to sell its first model, the $100,000-plus Roadster that entered production in 2008.

    The Seattle Times

  • Northside Galleries, artist Terry Ratliff and the Fort Wayne TinCaps are collaborating to turn the suite-level lounge into a gallerylike setting.

    California Chronicle


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