Reed-like in a sentence

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How to use reed-like in a sentence. Reed-like pronunciation.

But no reply was made directly, although the felucca luffed up a bit, and ran for a second or two almost alongside, the ship's main-yard just touching her reed-like masts, and a voice uttered a few words rapidly in Greek, which Charley, although he had a smattering of the language, could not quite understand, although the foreign sailors on board their vessel evidently did, as they replied in the same tongue.
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They love a constant change of rhyme in poetry, and in their houses that strange, fantastic interweaving of thin, reed-like lines, which are a kind of rhetoric in architecture.
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He noticed that she had grown thinner than ever, or rather that her thinness, which had formerly had a healthy reed-like strength, now suggested fatigue and languor.
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Her piercing glance, her olive skin, her reed-like figure, might invite a half-pay major; but she was satisfied, she would say laughing, with her own admiration.
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Her form was frail and reed-like.
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But the Mosque-that blossom of Oriental architecture, with its crowning domes, like the inverted bells of the lotus, and its reed-like minarets, its fountains and marble courts-can only perish with the faith it typifies.
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Examples of Reed-like

Example #1
And then the dapper little craft's lateen sails filled again as her helm was put down, and she flow away from the _Muscadine_, sailing on a bowline, and heeling over to the wind so as to display half her keel as she topped the waves, just as if the other vessel had been lying still in the water, although she was going a good eight knots by the log in the same direction.
Example #2
The felucca was barely a cable's length off now, and in another minute she passed underneath the _Muscadine's_ stern so closely that they could have chucked a biscuit on board her. "Schooner ahoy!" hailed Mr Tompkins.
Example #3
For these people are a little jaded, and have a constant desire for a subdued and delicate excitement, to warm their creeping fancy a little.
Example #4
Its merits are those of the old,-grace and finish, perfect in minute detail.
Example #5
Then he looked at her and remembered.
Example #6
He had not reflected that Justine would be in her nurse's dress; and the sight of the dark blue uniform and small white cap, in which he had never seen her since their first meeting in the Hope Hospital, obliterated all bitter and unhappy memories, and gave him the illusion of passing back at once into the clear air of their early friendship.