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halolike

or ha·lo·esque

[ hey-loh-lahyk ]
/ ˈheɪ loʊˌlaɪk /
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adjective
resembling a halo.
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Origin of halolike

First recorded in 1835–45; halo + -like
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How to use halolike in a sentence

  • Her marvellous crown of hair shone strand by strand as of twisted gold; it shimmered with halolike glory.

    Desert Conquest|A. M. Chisholm
  • Then Radowitz, furious, appeared at his window, his golden hair more halolike than ever in the bright sun.

    Lady Connie|Mrs. Humphry Ward
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