Tardis-like

Tardis-like

(ˈtɑːdɪsˌlaɪk)
adj
having an interior that is more spacious than could be imagined from looking at the outside
[C20: after the Tardis, a time-travel device in the television series Doctor Who that is larger on the inside than the outside ]
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And clever design work means that this little car has a Tardis-like persona.
One place I'd happily recommend is the touristy and Tardis-like Slovak pub on the popular Obchodna street just outside the old town.
And what you get is a Tardis-like car which offers rear seat passengers the most knee and headroom in its segment and boasts the largest amount of luggage space in any car in this category.
SAVED: The Tardis-like police box in Somerton, Newport, which will be restored to its former glory
With lashings of glass, a neat but adequate five-seat layout, the Tardis-like Qubo is primarily aimed at young families.
The Twingo is also Tardis-like as it has bags of space inside, aided by the fact it has four sliding seats.
You manage to fit impossible amounts of crap, Tardis-like, into a small space, and as soon as you open it even just a little bit, it immediately looks like your flat's been burgled.
I refer to the Tardis-like wheelie bin structures that are engulfing the restricted entrances of an increasing number of households in Cardiff.
It may have only five seats but boasts Tardis-like space inside while being a tiny city car.
There's acres of head and leg room in the rear of the Tardis-like interior.
And the Vanna Venturi house, startling in its three-dimensional intricacies and Tardis-like quality.
From the very first moment it appeared we have objected to this Tardis-liKe structure.