Definition of Knotlike

1. Adjective. Resembling a knot or some aspect of one. ¹



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Definition of Knotlike

1. resembling a knot [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Knotlike

knors
knosp
knosps
knot
knot diagram
knot span
knot spans
knot theory
knotberries
knotberry
knotgrass
knotgrasses
knothole
knotholes
knotless
knotlike (current term)
knots
knottable
knotted
knotted marjoram
knottedness
knotter
knotters
knottier
knottiest
knottily
knottiness
knottinesses
knotting
knottings

Literary usage of Knotlike

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1. Elements of Geology by Eliot Blackwelder, Harlan Harland Barrows (1911)
"On these arms there are knotlike condensations at various points. ... It is conceived that the knotlike bodies in the arms became the centers of growth for ..."

2. Annals of Ophthalmology (1904)
"For the first stage only a few single knotlike elevations in or around the centre of the cornea are observed; these correspond to the smallest light gray ..."

3. Insect Pests of Farm, Garden and Orchard by Ezra Dwight Sanderson (1921)
"As this progresses the smaller veinlets grow still larger and more irregular, knotlike swellings appear at frequent intervals, and in extreme cases little ..."

4. Monographs of the Diptera of North America by Hermann Loew, Carl Robert Osten-Sacken, Smithsonian Institution (1867)
"... the lowest third is separated from the upper one by two knotlike elevations near the eyes, is convex and ends in a sharp rounded edge. ..."

5. The Diseases of children by James Frederic Goodhart, George Frederic Still (1905)
"The colon will appear to take origin from a knotlike bulb of bowel, perhaps lying in the right loin or in some part of the transverse or descending colon. ..."

6. Popular Fruit Growing: Prepared Especially for Beginners and as a Text Book by Samuel Bowdlear Green (1912)
"This knotlike growth is spongy and of a black color. Upon examining it with a microscope it is found that the surface has many little cavities that contain ..."

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