scissorlike

[siz-er-lahyk]
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adjective

like scissors; moving, operating, or crossing in a manner suggesting the blades of scissors.

Origin of scissorlike

First recorded in 1865–70; scissor(s) + -like
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Historical Examples of scissorlike

  • "Hirst," said Hewet, pointing at the scissorlike shadow; he then rolled round to look up at them.

    The Voyage Out

    Virginia Woolf