zombielike


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zombielike

(ˈzɒmbɪˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling, like, or characteristic of a zombie
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The two zombielike defences on show are enough to scare any manager.
Orphaned by a worldwide plague of vicious, zombielike vampires, a teenager is rescued by a rogue vampire-hunter.
IN The Flesh (BBC3) was one of the most promising British dramas to emerge last year - sadly ironic given its channel's fate to stagger on, undead and zombielike, into a web-only afterlife.
As a result, people notice "not the charmingly human characteristics of the robot but the creepy zombielike differences" (Seabrook qtd in Ebert).
It's currently hidden under the bed of Grant's new friend, a young schoolgirl called Alice - which should fox The Network's zombielike assassin Arby for all of five minutes unless Jessica can persuade Grant to lead her to it first.
Itself resistant to "expression," it functions as a weirdly compelling survey of defunct motifs that somehow stagger on, zombielike, despite their thorough absorption into the rootless, soulless culture of commerce.