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  • adj. Resembling a sheet

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  • adj. resembling a sheet


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  • Instantly, as men and slaves screamed and fled, a frightening torrent of sheetlike flames, like narrow, roaring, successive walls of fire, leapt upward and outward, surging, racing away from me, seeming for a moment to engulf the room.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • Her third cut split the sheetlike fascial layer, all shiny and white, where the muscles converged.

    The Silent Cradle

  • A sheetlike piece of metal slanted across the upper body.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • It is sometimes almost as though my entire skin was a single, extensive, sheetlike, marvelous tactile organ.

    Dancer Of Gor

  • Ayesha's boudoir, and found her also ready, her dark cloak thrown over her winding-sheetlike wrappings.


  • At Steppenwolf, most of James Schuette's set is initially covered with an enormous, sheetlike curtain, adding yet another grimy veil that has to be parted before the other actions can take place.

    Chicago Reader

  • A third Toledo start-up, Xunlight Corp., is hunting for customers for its sheetlike solar panels.


  • This is the vision I've spun myself, people; just let me sip on it for a while until it gets ruined when I arrive at the party and all the other chicks are glaring at me ( "How is she getting so much atTENtion, Sheila, she's only baring one SHOULDER ... what the fuuuuuck") and all the boys are trying to figure out a way to tug off the sheetlike monstrosity attached to me with assloads of saftey pins.

    kinaesthesia Diary Entry


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