bowlike

bowlike

(ˈbəʊˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a bow
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e models also wore intricate, bowlike headpieces by worldfamous hat designer Philip Treacy.
23); accessary median phallomere a bowlike rod that bears a many spines on left part and a setal brush below right part (Fig.
Often, the thin, rain bowlike outlines surrounding her shapes arc lighter than the forms themselves resulting in a vibrating effect.
Most gust fronts occur with lines of thunderstorms that exhibit a bowlike structure in the reflectivity data called a bow echo.
Led by the traditional dragon and followed by lines of rain bowlike flags, children watched, dancing to the continuous beat of the drum.