helmetlike

helmetlike

(ˈhɛlmɪtˌlaɪk)
adj
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) resembling a helmet in form or function
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Duck lops wears a helmetlike head cover and a lens that resembles a monocle, striking an incongruous note as an eyepiece stereotypically worn by German aristocracy, especially if one recalls the fighter pilots of the Luftwaffe in the First World War.
The transformation is awkward: The glasses don't sit quite right; the hair is too helmetlike and matte; McKenzie's jacket and T-shirt hover over Little Bill's body.
Though at times these forms may momentarily acquire lifegiving or expansive potential, as when tears [3] turn to seeds, less often, the rounded shapes (helmetlike waves, armored cars) may be vehicles of threatening expansive movements.