clifflike

clifflike

(ˈklɪfˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a cliff
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The freeway sits snug up against Egge's clifflike hillside.
While last time we found ourselves in the Octagon the controls were fiddly, the learning curve clifflike and the overall experience less than satisfying, developer Yuke''s seems to have looked hard at what people were actually enjoying, thrown out the rest and rebuilt.
I would like to suggest that this architectural iconography, although it may indeed appear clifflike, may also present some references to the function of this institution in its role as a formidable participant on a worldwide stage, perhaps unconsciously on the part of the architect.
Our research was mostly carried out in the area that extends, southeast to northwest, from the clifflike massif at Lake Kaiafa (Classical Samikon), to the Alpheios River delta (Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman Epitalion: Homeric Thryon), and to Cape Katakolon (ancient Pheia).
Suddenly, the moon's rough terrain snapped into threedimensional view: steep-walled craters shaped like cereal bowls; tall, clifflike ridges; and rolling hills wrinkled by sinuous fault lines.