One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘This hypothesis was supported by images of the topography at room temperature of the first bilayer showing variations from flat featureless surfaces to undulated wave-like structures.’
- ‘From here, you can also admire the ingenuity of the wave-like, or hilly, structure that defines the centre.’
- ‘For miles around, the terrain is made up of strange wave-like formations of sandstone, dotted with caves and pockmarked with craters.’
- ‘The wave-like shapes of the far hills were already indistinct.’
- ‘As the fans blow softly, it creates a wave-like undulation under the cloth, creating the impression that one is looking at objects submerged beneath the movement of a black ocean.’
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