Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling a mummy (embalmed corpse) or some aspect of one.

Etymologies

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mummy +‎ -like

Examples

  • She was content to just lie there, half in his lap, half on the ground, his hands holding her sides, her arms folded mummylike on her chest.

    Something Unpredictable

  • She was content to just lie there, half in his lap, half on the ground, his hands holding her sides, her arms folded mummylike on her chest.

    Something Unpredictable

  • She was content to just lie there, half in his lap, half on the ground, his hands holding her sides, her arms folded mummylike on her chest.

    Something Unpredictable

  • It had lost its mummylike wrapping and was clothed in flesh, or some doughy, putty-colored substance intended to imitate flesh.

    Incubus

  • It took a moment to spot Diana wrapped in overlapping bands of power and propped, mummylike, against the wall.

    Blood Lines

  • The Outsiders stayed away till their mummylike captain finished reading and helped himself to a spare lunch.

    The Dragon Never Sleeps

  • Gord cried, his hand going to his sword hilt The stuff of the ray seemed to have substance of Its own. and it congealed and formed to sheathe Poztif in a mummylike wrapping of color.

    Night Arrant

  • In fact, the occupant of the cage wore a mummylike cylinder of heavy rope that encased him from ankle to neck.

    The Moment Of The Magician

  • In fact, the occupant of the cage wore a mummylike cylinder of heavy rope that encased him from ankle to neck.

    The Moment of the Magician

  • In fact, the occupant of the cage wore a mummylike cylinder of heavy rope that encased him from ankle to neck.

    The Moment of the Magician

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