[ US /ˈnidəɫˌɫaɪk/ ]
  1. ending in a sharp point
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How To Use needlelike In A Sentence

  • Her grin widened, displaying rows of needlelike teeth. My Fair Succubi
  • It would only be a moment before it sharpened its needlelike claws and took hold. Falling In
  • He jerked one out the water and one of the needlelike spines on its dorsal fin penetrated the pupil of his right eye. SuperCooperators
  • The second tarp covering the cart is dusted with tiny needlelike ice crystals.
  • The point itself is a massive coral sand bluff that narrows to a reef as it slips needlelike into the sea amid waves and colliding currents.
  • One group poked needlelike nozzles deep into the ground and pumped in water. Russia Tussles Over How to Halt Fires
  • Even out of flower, it is attractive, with grey-green foliage and needlelike red thorns that contrast with the pale stems. Times, Sunday Times
  • He looked closer at one of the glass tubes and saw a pair of needlelike electrodes inside. The Omega Theory
  • These beasts often have enormous mouths and needlelike fangs.
  • Juniper berries, which were particularly good with meat if they didn't use too many, were prevalent; rose hips were more sporadic, but usually plentiful when found, and always sweeter after freezing; creeping crowberry, with a needlelike evergreen foliage, had small shiny black berries that often persisted through the winter, as did blue bearberries and red lingonberries. The Plains of Passage
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