Definitions

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  • adjective Resembling straw.

Etymologies

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straw +‎ -like

Examples

  • Dr. Brown's bottle has a patented system involving a vent at the top of the bottle that directs air through a strawlike "reservoir" and releases it at the base.

    Building a Better Bottle By Going Back to Nature

  • This is why, when I arrive, Connor has a strawlike drain on each side of his abdomen to let fluid and pus and bacteria flow out.

    Between Expectations

  • The raw potato rösti looks far more like my image of the dish – the strands of potato are still distinct and it's ragged and strawlike around the edges, but, although cooked through, it has a starchy flavour, and oddly raw texture that I recognise with dislike.

    How to cook the perfect rösti

  • This is why, when I arrive, Connor has a strawlike drain on each side of his abdomen to let fluid and pus and bacteria flow out.

    Between Expectations

  • The teacher sat on her desk and played with her strawlike hair while she read off the answers.

    Lifted

  • The teacher sat on her desk and played with her strawlike hair while she read off the answers.

    Lifted

  • The teacher sat on her desk and played with her strawlike hair while she read off the answers.

    Lifted

  • She trudged through the strawlike uncut hay until she found a spot that was far away from the road.

    Firestorm!

  • His golden hair was not lustrous as she had first imagined: it was brittle and strawlike, not shiny at all, and flecks of ash had caught between the strands on one side.

    THE RIVER KINGS’ ROAD

  • The teacher sat on her desk and played with her strawlike hair while she read off the answers.

    Lifted

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