Definition of Cordlike

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



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Definition of Cordlike

1. resembling a cord [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cordlike

cordiners
cording
cordings
cordis
cordite
cordites
corditis
cordless
cordless phone
cordless phones
cordless telephone
cordless telephones
cordlesses
cordlessly
cordlessness
cordlike (current term)
cordobas
cordocentesis
cordon
cordon bleu
cordon off
cordon sanitaire
cordoned
cordoned off
cordoning
cordoning off
cordonnet
cordonnets
cordons
cordons off

Literary usage of Cordlike

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1. Diseases of Cultivated Plants and Trees by George Massee (1913)
"2, section of fungus, a, pileus ; b, gills; c, ring ; d. black, cordlike strands ... Such anastomosing black, cordlike strands, are very frequently seen on ..."

2. A Text-book of Plant Diseases Caused by Cryptogamic Parasites by George Massee (1907)
"On examining roots attacked by this fungus, its mycelium is seen under the form of blackish, cordlike strands of the thickness of fine twine, ..."

3. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"The most frequent type is the cordlike. In infants and young children, clear and dark chief cells were found, but never Welsh's cells ..."

4. A Text-book of Plant Diseases Caused by Cryptogamic Parasites by George Massee (1899)
"On examining roots attacked by this fungus, its mycelium is seen under the form of blackish, cordlike strands of the thickness of fine twine, ..."

5. The Treatment of Drapery in Art by George Woolliscroft Rhead (1904)
"The folds are rounder and more cordlike. The section of such draperies will practically be the section of the figure itself, plus certain cordlike ..."

6. The Anatomy of the Lymphatic System by Edward Klein (1875)
"... ones and the cordlike granulations, do not undergo such a change. When discussing the microscopical characters and the mode of growth of these different ..."

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