One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He switched on the bedside lamp and, after a count of three, in one slow zombielike movement - as if any lapse in momentum might cause him to collapse back onto the mattress - he sat up.’
- ‘He seemed very strange, anaesthetized and zombielike.’
- ‘This morning, I stumble downstairs in the zombielike pre-coffee state and wander aimlessly around the kitchen.’
- ‘Charles is medicated to a zombielike mellowness and has neither held down a job nor moved out of his mother's house in Philadelphia.’
- ‘Set inside a cartoonlike house, the works show Brown standing or sitting with the zombielike cool of a numbed survivor.’
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