Definition of Furlike
1. Adjective. Resembling fur.
Definition of Furlike
1. Adjective. Characteristic or resembling fur. ¹
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Literary usage of Furlike
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook of Birds of Eastern North America: With Introductory Chapters on by Frank Michler Chapman (1912)
"Im.—Similar, but the head covered with grayish-brown, furlike feathers. L., about 30'00; W., 22'00; T., ..."
2. The Papacy and the Levant, 1204-1571 by Kenneth M. Setton (1978)
"He wore a caftan of black camlet with a white furlike hat lined with black velvety satin with a band around it. I understand that he had seventy horse and ..."
3. Appletons' Popular Science Monthly by William Jay Youmans (1896)
"... his body was rounded and well- proportioned, and his abdomen protuberant; the hair on his body was almost furlike, being nearly half an inch in length. ..."
4. Applied Physiology: Including the Effects of Alcohol and Narcotics by Frank Overton (1897)
"They send up small stalks which form a fine furlike coating on the surface of their food. Each stalk contains a knobbed extremity which is full of round ..."
5. Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1879)
"... 3-seeded ; fruiting calyx £ in. across, spreading or recurved, densely covered on reflexed surface with short furlike tomentum, glabrous outside. ..."
6. Practical Nature Study and Elementary Agriculture: A Manual for the Use of by John Gaylord Coulter, Alice Jean Patterson (1909)
"Its buds are all formed and packed away in the furlike covering. Note how late in the season the leaves remain green. Is this a hardy or tender plant? ..."
7. The Progress of New Zealand in the Century by Robert Francis Irvine, Oscar Thorwald Johan Alpers (1902)
"Apteryx, for example, has no wings, no tail, and is covered with soft, furlike hair, that seems to havo little resemblance to feathers. ..."