Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling or characteristic of a shard.

Etymologies

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shard +‎ -like

Examples

  • But the shardlike memories he managed to retrieve -- including starving babies who gnawed the flesh off their own fingers and inmates who kept warm by standing in their own excrement -- took on the hallucinatory vividness of a nightmare.

    A Classic Or A Hoax?

  • Frakir elongated, stretching herself as thin as a thread and twining among the shardlike branches.

    Trumps of Doom

  • The design, by Lab Architecture Studio and Bates Smart, has shardlike clusters of buildings with fractal triangular designs on the facade in glass, zinc and sandstone.

    NYT > Travel

  • Built in 1997, these loos are the architect and artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser's wacky version of a temple (bathrooms are places of contemplation after all, he has noted), with curvy columns, shardlike mosaics, and "stained glass windows" - walls embedded with vividly hued glass bottles.

    Lead Stories from AOL

  • He said he would love to see Geller construct the building, with its shardlike exterior created by large patios and terraces, somewhere else in downtown.

    RockyMountainNews.com

  • After Libeskind’s design had gone through the ringer of engineering constraints, real-estate economics, and political infighting, virtually all its symbolic elements, including the memorial slurry wall, an immense waterfall, and a shardlike museum, disappeared.

    Makeshift Metropolis

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