whalelike

whalelike

(ˈweɪlˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling a whale
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(One successful tactic: inviting potential partners to witness the whalelike songs of the indri, a type of lemur.) By 1991, Madagascar's National Environmental Action Plan was born.
It begins like a soundtrack for a cool linedance night but just when you think you've got them nailed as some kind of new country act comes the superb electropop of Oh My God, before the tone shifts again with the Noah and the Whalelike My Own Tune.
A phenomenon that continues to captivate the world began when Nessie was spotted in 1933 by Aldie Mackay, manageress of the Drumnadrochit Hotel, who spoke of seeing a "whalelike fish" in the loch.
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And no wonder, either, that blowhards like Brando and Schwarzenegger end up spouting their whalelike egos all over the innocent studio: "Knowledge in depth about oneself," says Marlon, "is reserved for a few people willing to journey through the night sea and find one's center.