Definition of Tilelike

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



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Definition of Tilelike

1. resembling a tile [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Tilelike

tilawa
tilburies
tilbury
tilde
tildes
tile
tile cutter
tile roof
tile saw
tile tracking
tilebased
tiled
tilefish
tilefishes
tileless
tilelike (current term)
tilemaker
tilemakers
tilemaking
tiler
tileries
tilers
tilery
tiles
tileset
tilesets
tilestone
tilestones
tiletamine
tilework

Literary usage of Tilelike

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Portfolio of Dermochromes by Jerome Kingsbury, William Gaynor States, Eduard Jacobi (1913)
"In cases of higher degree a tilelike arrangement may be noted, corresponding in part to the natural folds of the thickened skin. ..."

2. A Compend of Geology by Joseph LeConte (1898)
"concentric shells, producing domes ; in eruptives, of many shapes, rough cubic, ball-like, regular columnar, tilelike. FIG. 133. ..."

3. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood, John Christopher Atkinson (1872)
"... a brick or tile, the plinth or flat tilelike member on which a column rests. To Plight. See Pledge. To Plod. The primitive sense of piad or plod is to ..."

4. Portuguese Architecture by Walter Crum Watson (1908)
"At the bottom is a large rope moulding, then three courses of tilelike bricks set diagonally. Above them is a broad frieze divided into squares by a round ..."

5. Portuguese Architecture by Walter Crum Watson (1908)
"At the bottom is a large rope moulding, then three courses of tilelike bricks set diagonally. Above them is a broad frieze divided into squares by a round ..."

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