wavelike

[ UK /wˈe‍ɪvla‍ɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves
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How To Use wavelike In A Sentence

  • It functions during the alternating contractions of muscles on either side of the body that enable the worm to wiggle backward with a smooth wavelike motion.
  • Wavelike slug - flow is a representative flow type in horizontal pneumatic conveying.
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  • The rows vary in texture and density, from single pages to cardboard book covers, undulating in a wavelike pattern across the horizontal composition.
  • In quantum mechanics all particles, not only photons, exhibit wavelike properties.
  • As expected the crowd went berserk creating a wavelike effect, which looked awesome from where I was sitting.
  • The room was empty, now, allowing her footsteps to echo overhead from the intricate lierne vaulting with the wavelike, sweeping ribs. Stone of Tears
  • His ears look like those sometimes depicted on mermaids, fine webbing, the usual wavelike sea-creature pattern, and gray.
  • The reader should take note that an important visual component of both images is the representation of the electron eigenstates - wavelike structures - within the corrals.
  • In the second to third hour, visual illusions, wavelike recurrences of perceptual changes (micropsia, macropsia, etc.), and affective symptoms may occur.
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