One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘His father jumped down from one of the branches hidden by the whip-like vines.’
- ‘The whip-like snap of a small-caliber flintlock is a lovely sound.’
- ‘The long cords of her whip-like weapon pierced through her enemies' armor and skin.’
- ‘Rays and skates have a cartilaginous skeleton with wide depressed bodies, whip-like tails and well-developed pectoral fins that are fused to their head.’
- ‘The tip of his long, whip-like tail flicked lazily beside him.’
- ‘The dog just stood there panting and wagging his whip-like tail.’
- ‘Its long, whip-like tail was twitching contentedly, and it looked extremely relaxed.’
- ‘It is a whip-like weapon with a serrated spike on the end of a metallic rope.’
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