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Definition of Dunelike
1. dune [adj] - See also: dune
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Literary usage of Dunelike
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1922)
"... some bare, some drifted over with dunelike accumulations of sand. This whole northern side of the Marsh pass valley, with its warm southern and ..."
2. Guidebook of the Western United States by Joseph Silas Diller (1915)
"The sand is in a thick sheet, but is blown into dunes and dunelike ridges separated by irregular winding basins. Some of the dunes are 50 to 60 feet high, ..."
3. Vancouver's Discovery of Puget Sound: Portraits and Biographies of the Men by Edmond Stephen Meany (1907)
"Dungeness, then, means a sandy or dunelike cape. The journal of the Royal Geographical Society, volume IX, 1897, page 536, has a paper called " Dungeness ..."
4. Prehistoric Man: Researches Into the Origin of Civilization in the Old and by Daniel Wilson (1862)
"... in dunelike masses, to a height of upwards of three hundred and fifty feet. At their base the edges of the sandstone strata are occasionally exposed by ..."
5. Starved Rock State Park and Its Environs by Carl Ortwin Sauer, Gilbert Haven Cady, Henry Chandler Cowles (1918)
"Toward the east end of Buffalo Rock there is a small area covered by shifting sand, some of the hills having a distinct dunelike appearance. ..."
6. Collectanea de Rebus Albanicis: Consisting of Original Papers and Documents by Donald Gregory, Iona club, Edinburgh, William Forbes Skene (1847)
"... but continued always to molest Macdonald and the family of Ardnamurchan, for Angus the son of Ranald was killed by an arrow at dunelike, ..."
7. Physical Features and Geologic History of Des Moines Valley by James Henry Lees (1916)
"The sag or plain which lies between these walls is very level in general, except for scattered mounds which dot its surface, and which seem to be dunelike ..."