Blocklike

Block´like`


a.1.Like a block; stupid.
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Adenocarcinoma in situ shows blocklike diffuse and strong positivity with p16.
THE HERAT WOMEN'S PRISON IN Afghanistan is a blocklike structure, with high, white walls surrounding a courtyard.
Stiff-jointed, blocklike figures carry over the motif of the mannequin, which was frequently employed by the historical avant-gardes, as seen for example in the Surrealist paintings of Giorgio de Chirico, but also refer to an even more advanced stage of alienation and simulated avatar living in the digital age.
Thomas Was Alone" is a lovable game in which you shuffle cute blocklike characters, including Thomas (a "curious rectangle"), through a complex maze terrain.
Angular planting beds flank the backyard patios, and low, blocklike walls serve as artistic elements as well as seating.
Caption(s): Nespresso's Le Cube is capturing attention with its blocklike form.
Girls chose more "elegant" fonts with much consistency, while boys opted for heavy, blocklike script.
Moreover, the prose-poem form itself, with its blocklike arrangement of print, mimics a frame of film or a movie screen.
You might say the same for the beautiful yet perpetually blocklike Monica Bellucci, who is the film's Magdalene.
How far it is to the blocklike building or the chimney stack to the right remains a matter of conjecture.
The peds are large, five to more than fifty millimeters (1/5 to 2 inches) and blocklike in shape.
But when the inner infestation has at last been rooted out and the external foe has been defeated, the people of good shall enjoy a new society purged of alien elements--a healthy society no longer subject to the vibrations of change and evolution, a society with a single, blocklike structure, solid and eternal.