Clawlike in a sentence

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Definition of Clawlike

  • having a base shaped like a claw; -- of flower petals.

How to use clawlike in a sentence. Clawlike pronunciation.

After that they made certain there never was a gun within reach of Ladd's clutching, clawlike hands.
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Teddy Malone, Morris, Dominick, and Jabez leaned eagerly over the bows with outstretched arms and clawlike fingers.
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His hands were busy with the bandages, dexterous, clawlike hands that looked as if they were delving for treasure.
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From that moment he fell into despair, seeing everywhere the skinny, clawlike fingers of Mademoiselle Gamard ready to hook into his heart.
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His hands grew clawlike as he reached for the guns.
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But his clawlike hands shook a little. "Oh! will they know me?
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The old gun-man looked at Jane and then at his clawlike hands and then at Fay.
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Examples of Clawlike

Example #1
Gradually a somber spell lifted from the ranger's mind.
Example #2
To his astonishment, Lash came to him with the same fancy.
Example #3
Another moment and Queen Pina with Otto were rescued from the deep, as well as from several sharks, which, doubtless, had been licking their lips at the prospect of the royal feast in store for them.
Example #4
With a howl of rage and terror they dipped their paddles into the sea and flew ahead.
Example #5
She watched him, speechless and fascinated, for a few seconds.
Example #6
He spoke with absolute fluency but with a foreign accent.