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  • adjective Similar to a horse
  • adjective Similar to that of a horse; as, a horselike head

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Examples

  • Sydney, Quinn's daughter that the Entire claimed for its own and sent to live among Inyx, a horselike sentient beings that live in the steppe, as an outcast, where she dreams of 'free bonds' with their captors and of overthrowing the evil Tarig rule.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • He at least looked human enough to garner the name “Horseman,” a moniker he always attributed to his great speed and unusual gait rather than his horselike appearance.

    A Boy Who Looks Like Horses, or A Horse Who Looks Like Boys

  • Sydney, Quinn's daughter that the Entire claimed for its own and sent to live among Inyx, a horselike sentient beings that live in the steppe, as an outcast, where she dreams of 'free bonds' with their captors and of overthrowing the evil Tarig rule.

    Kay Kenyon - Bright of the Sky (Book Review)

  • He flicked away the weight of hair that fell into his face with a horselike snap of his head.

    The Legacy

  • The horses in the play were very stylized and the actors playing the horses had to wear huge hooflike boots as well as horselike head gear that gave them an extra two feet of height.

    Full Frontal Nudity

  • My daughter had a touch of jaundice and spent one extra day in the hospital, but since then has been horselike in her health, assuming there's any accuracy to that cliche.

    White Flag

  • The quagga was a horselike animal native to southern Africa that went extinct in 1883.

    Quagga-breeding

  • He was tall and thin, with a long, horselike face and long ears.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • He was tall and thin, with a long, horselike face and long ears.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • By about 30 mya, the mesohippus, a collie-dog-Sized, horselike animal, became typical of the medium-sized mammals appearing in the record.

    The Source

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