boltlike

boltlike

(ˈbəʊltˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a bolt
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Tomas Rosicky tested Given, sub Aaron Ramsey conjured up a wonderful dummy, but drove wide, and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's boltlike dash ended with a massive penalty shout rejected by Phil Dowd.
So far, allusions to artistic representation and boltlike gazes have existed within the narratives of the choral odes; objects of art are viewed by internal spectators.
The lanceolate type and the boltlike arrowhead are significantly heavier than arrowheads commonly used in Lombard Italy in the sixth and seventh centuries.