gauzelike

gauzelike

(ˈɡɔːzˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling gauze
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She pointed to layers of gauzelike tulle and copper-hued sequins forming tree branches and birds."What you are looking at is not a dress but an idea," she said."It leaves me breathless."
Numbing any life in you with a gauzelike film that covers your eyes.
We would put them in a container and milk a goat directly over the pulp, hide it in the shade of a bush, come back in the late afternoon tired and hungry, strain the milk with the corner of our shouras (gauzelike white head covers) and drink it with a piece of bread.
of a heavy gauzelike fabric that completely covers their faces and is
The gauzelike, porous dressing can be used as a primary dressing with absorbent wound fillers or packed into tunnels or undermined areas.
But while in earlier works the spices were visually offset by the white, gauzelike fabric, here they remain hidden under a carpet-like sculpture, their fragrance emanating through small fissures--an olfactory accompaniment, a suggestion of foreignness in the art context.
Out here the sun seemed stuck in place, some organ too fat and slow for its gauzelike blue body.
Fagan's handsomely paneled bright unitards and gauzelike culottes, as pleasing as the inventive movement and luscious music, seem affirmative.
This month the company will start rolling out a new nonwoven gauzelike material that it says combines the best of woven and nonwoven wound treatments.