Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling a mannequin; thus stiff or statuesque

Etymologies

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mannequin +‎ -like

Examples

  • Writer-director Neil Marshall offers a cast you can care about and believe in, compared to the mannequinlike teens generally lining up for slaughter in horror movies.

    Reviewing the Reviews: 'The Descent' | EW.com

  • I learned that the mannequinlike torso parts were used to instruct women how to check themselves for breast cancer, and that he'd taken some of the photos himself.

    Chicago Reader

  • I learned that the mannequinlike torso parts were used to instruct women how to check themselves for breast cancer, and that he'd taken some of the photos himself.

    Chicago Reader

  • I learned that the mannequinlike torso parts were used to instruct women how to check themselves for breast cancer, and that he'd taken some of the photos himself.

    Chicago Reader

  • I learned that the mannequinlike torso parts were used to instruct women how to check themselves for breast cancer, and that he'd taken some of the photos himself.

    Chicago Reader

  • I learned that the mannequinlike torso parts were used to instruct women how to check themselves for breast cancer, and that he'd taken some of the photos himself.

    Chicago Reader

  • I learned that the mannequinlike torso parts were used to instruct women how to check themselves for breast cancer, and that he'd taken some of the photos himself.

    Chicago Reader

  • Writer-director Neil Marshall offers a cast you can care about and believe in, compared to the mannequinlike teens generally lining up for slaughter in horror movies. "

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Writer-director Neil Marshall offers a cast you can care about and believe in, compared to the mannequinlike teens generally lining up for slaughter in horror movies. "

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Writer-director Neil Marshall offers a cast you can care about and believe in, compared to the mannequinlike teens generally lining up for slaughter in horror movies. "

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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