cagelike

cagelike

(ˈkeɪdʒˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a cage
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Then the rope was removed, and he was flung into a cagelike crate.
Suddenly, the ceiling of her cagelike cell fell in, busting the door open.
Beyond achieving a slick Maseratiesque gloss--an effect meticulously achieved over the course of 11 days--he worked with a car manufacturer to construct a lightweight, cagelike heel that's balanced and durable enough to support the human body.
The cagelike compressors of split air-conditioning units poke from the sides of several houses.
While several felines rested in their cagelike green, brown and black traps, surveying their surroundings, others paced restlessly and appeared to have little familiarity with human contact.
Schein came to the cagelike molecules because he was curious about clathrin, a protein that assembles itself in cages.
Fang et al., "Microwave absorption properties and mechanism of cagelike ZnO/Si[O.sub.2] nanocomposites," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
Hu, "Synthesis and characterization of cagelike octa([gamma]-chloropropyl) silsesquioxane," Chemical Journal on Internet, vol.
This shellfish tumbler consisted of a large cagelike structure in the shape of a barrel that resembled an antique bingo machine.
And with its eye-catching cagelike exterior, it is impossible to ignore.
He remained seated there at length, using his hands to fiddle with a prosthesis, a long tail that stuck out of the cagelike box and extended along the floor until it came to rest on a small wooden structure.
Vodka's water molecules, experts say, form cagelike structures around molecules of ethanol.