One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He was dressed in a soft grey shirt made of some silk-like material, his baggy green trousers rustled slightly as he moved.’
- ‘She had on a sea-green silk-like dress that came just above her knees.’
- ‘The small grubs are green-yellow in colour and, as well as tunnelling into the leaves to feed within the ‘blister ‘mines, they can draw the young foliage together with silk-like threads.’’
- ‘The whole painting has a silk-like finish that has become Brown's hallmark.’
- ‘There were some silk-like heavy, pinkish curtains hanging by each corner of the bed.’
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