Definition of Chimneylike

1. Adjective. Resembling a chimney, especially in shape ¹



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Definition of Chimneylike

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chimneylike

chimney bellflower
chimney breast
chimney corner
chimney corners
chimney plant
chimney pot
chimney pots
chimney stack
chimney swallow
chimney sweep
chimney sweeps
chimney swift
chimneyed
chimneyless
chimneylike (current term)
chimneypiece
chimneypieces
chimneypot
chimneys
chimneystack
chimneysweep
chimneysweeper
chimneysweeps
chimo
chimp
chimpanzee
chimpanzee coryza agent
chimpanzeelike
chimpanzees

Literary usage of Chimneylike

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1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1899)
"In the far distance wreaths of dense, black smoke issuing from the vicinity of a lofty, chimneylike tower offered the incongruous suggestion of a ..."

2. A Compend of Geology by Joseph LeConte (1898)
"... and chimneylike forms (Fig. 79). The silica-charged waters, trickling FIG. 79.—Crater of Castle Geyser, Yellowstone Park. slowly over the mounds, ..."

3. A Treatise on Theism, and on the Modern Skeptical Theories by Francis Wharton (1859)
"... the chimneylike turrets that rise over the level of the larger and more compact masses, give all the evidences of some vast but deserted metropolis. ..."

4. Larger Types of American Geography: Second Series of Type Studies by Charles Alexander McMurry (1907)
"... open-hearth furnace for making steel; and third the rolling mills for shaping steel bars, plates, billets, etc. The blast furnace is a chimneylike or ..."

5. Half Hours with the Lower Animals: Protozoans, Sponges, Corals, Shells by Charles Frederick Holder (1905)
"179) is the most remarkable, as it not only makes a deep burrow, but erects above it a chimneylike structure with all the skill of a human workman. ..."

6. Dust and Ashes of Empires by William Arthur Shelton (1922)
"There is a mighty mound high above the plain on top of which is a chimneylike structure of well- burned brick about fifty to sixty feet high and sheer. ..."

7. Geology of the Marysville Mining District, Montana: A Study of Igneous by Joseph Barrell (1907)
"First, where the granite of the batholith passes out into sheets or dikes or chimneylike intrusions the habit becomes in a few places somewhat porphyritic, ..."

8. Professional Paper by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1907)
"First, where the granite of the batholith passes out into sheets or dikes or chimneylike intrusions the habit becomes in a few places somewhat porphyritic, ..."

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