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Definition of Tunnellike
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tunnellike
Literary usage of Tunnellike
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Algiers by Mary Elizabeth Crouse (1906)
"Through the heart of the old town the tortuous, tunnellike passages are scarce wide enough for two to pass; and the streets form the maze of cul-de-sacs, ..."
2. British Highways and Byways from a Motor Car: Being a Record of a Five by Thomas Dowler Murphy (1908)
"Inside the gate the steep ascent continued through a rude, tunnellike passageway, its sides for a distance of one hundred feet or more pierced with many an ..."
3. On Old-world Highways: A Book of Motor Rambles in France and Germany and the by Thomas Dowler Murphy (1914)
"... earthen ridges—an almost tunnellike effect, reminding us of Devon and Cornwall, to which the rough country is not dissimilar. ..."
4. Rice-feeding Insects of Tropical Asia by Barclay M. Shepard, A. T. Barrion, J. A. Litsinger (1995)
"The larvae make tunnellike shelters on the outside of plants from webbing and excreta. Each tunnel has several trap doors from which the larvae emerge. ..."
5. Ecology & Management of the Commerically Harvested American Matsutake Mushroom by David Hosford, David Pilz, Randy Molina, Michael Amaranthus (1997)
"The "Hiroshima tunnel" (plate 8) is one such method, where a tunnellike construction is placed over the physiologically active mycorrhizal zone (AMZ ll-lll) ..."