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  • adj. Resembling a pagoda.


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From pagoda +‎ -like.


  • On the way up there is a pagodalike pavilion, which holds a statue of Sun under a bright red ceiling emblazoned with the flag of the Kuomintang.

    The Last Empress

  • Above, in sharp contrast to the massive fortification at the base, were the living quarters, white walls and red-tile roofs stacked with pagodalike grace.

    Home Is the Hunter

  • In the central part of the grotto, stalactites dripping down had formed ornate pagodalike pillars, wide at the bottom, then spiraling up into the darkness.


  • On the other side, the private side of the house, the hornbeam hedges show luminous gaps; the pond in which swans are swimming lies like a mirror, and beneath the pagodalike roof of an enormous aviary, peacocks and golden pheasants flash their wings and display their plumage, uttering shrill cries amid the foliage.

    The Game of Billiards

  • Arches with Saracenic domes built by the Moslems, pagodalike structures built by the Buddhists, Parsee towers, and Hindu temples, appeared at many street-crossings, and one long avenue was lined on either side with elevated rows of benches upon which were seated thousands of children from the schools.

    A Tour of the Missions Observations and Conclusions

  • Another new area is the "Asia Paradise," the only feng-shui-designed burial site in the state, complete with headstones topped with pagodalike designs.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • NARA -- A miniature five-piece pagodalike structure containing ashes said to be remains of FOR 20 years, former timber lorry driver Chong Chee Meng has been depending on the goodwill of a woman he met in a hospital after he became paralysed. - Articles related to Hooda sees Congress wave, Chautala too sees one


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