Definition of Junglelike

1. Adjective. Resemblng a jungle. ¹



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Definition of Junglelike

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Junglelike

jungle cock
jungle fever
jungle fowl
jungle gym
jungle hen
jungle nymph
jungle rot
jungle telegraph
jungle telegraphs
jungle yellow fever
jungled
junglefowl
junglegym
junglegyms
jungleless
junglelike (current term)
jungles
jungli
junglier
jungliest
junglis
junglism
junglist
junglists
jungly
jungyo
junin virus
junior
junior(a)
junior-college

Literary usage of Junglelike

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1. The Shape of the New Europe by Gregory F. Treverton (1992)
"... loose cooperative concerts, or junglelike anarchy. Whether Europe will cross this threshold, by extending and deepening its institutionalization, ..."

2. The Normal Child and Primary Education by Beatrice Chandler Gesell, Arnold Gesell (1912)
"But this does not mean that they do not cooperate ; for, junglelike and bewildering as the nervous system appears under the microscope, it is not a chance ..."

3. Our New Possessions ...: A Graphic Account, Descriptive and Historical, of by Trumbull White (1898)
"... considering the intrenchments everywhere, the junglelike growths of vegetation suitable for ambushes, and the short range firing from native huts, ..."

4. All about Hawaii (1916)
"The close- lapped foliage masks the junglelike green canvas stretched over an inextricable heap of huge jack-straws. Sometimes these hau jungles cover ..."

5. Admiral Dewey at Manila and the Complete Story of the Philippines: Life and by Joseph L. Stickney (1899)
"... considering the intrenchments everywhere, the junglelike growths of vegetation suitable for ambushes, and the short range firing from native huts, ..."

6. Stately Homes of California by Porter Garnett (1915)
"... as one drives along the main avenue, lined with towering date-palms, one gets from the junglelike growth on all sides a sense of subtropical wildness. ..."

7. Larue's Maneuvers by James Isaiah Gabbe (2007)
"I wasn't in a dark, threatening, junglelike place with an equilibrium-jarring name ending in Tri, Trang or Nang ..."

8. Report to Secretary of the Interior by Governor (1917)
"In Alaska the ground is covered by a heavy growth of moss and, added to this, in the coastal regions, especially, is a junglelike growth, ..."

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