Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling an aircraft hangar

Etymologies

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hangar +‎ -like

Examples

  • At length they emerged from the hangarlike doorway to the Vertex, feeling the rhythmic tug of the ocean as they ascended.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • Their car sped into the hangarlike tent and Jack and Lily got to see what lay beneath it.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • A superlong hangarlike building stretched away from him.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • The remains of a hangarlike building loomed ahead of her, windowless, roofless, steel support rods dangling from it like shreds of muscle from a ripped-off arm.

    Venom

  • The claws were lifting the robots from the end of the belt with clockwork precision, hoisting them into the air before swiveling away and positioning the inactive assassins in neatly ordered rows within the vast hangarlike space.

    The Overload Protocol

  • He watched the slight, sinewy little man walk toward him, stop, gaze at the array of chimneys dotting the vast hangarlike roof, then finish his approach at a run, face terrified.

    TOO MANY MURDERS

  • He laughs, stubs out his cigarette, snaps off the iPhone, and heads back over to a vast set of painted canvases arrayed against the far wall of his hangarlike studio: a view of a forest road lined with felled trees, a gridded combine of fifteen canvases, three high and five long.

    The Frogs

  • So in a hangarlike gym at Hofstra University, D'Amato's machine turned out more than 3,000 of his Republican faithful last week to pay homage to the GOP's presumptive presidential nominee.

    The Fight Inside The Tent

  • His very sculptural museum often overwhelms the art in it, especially in the great hangarlike, 433-foot-long gallery that deputy director Lisa Dennison describes as "" bigger than some small towns in Colorado. ''

    Another Tale Of Two Cities

  • Deep inside a command center in Doha, Qatar, I found myself in a hangarlike building, watching war in real time.

    Michael Smerconish: Are We Still Hunting for bin Laden? Do We Care?

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