Among the bizarre creatures encountered by the researchers were a six foot long cirrate octopod - nicknamed "Dumbo" because of the large earlike
fins it uses to swim - discovered more than a mile deep on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
It is this reiterative venation that forms the earlike
As has often been remarked, this vessel hardly seems suitable for drinking, particularly with as many as four earlike
handles protruding upward from the rim.
3) Designating the presence of earlike
tufts of feathers in some birds.
Water cascading down a mountain sounds in Simon's earlike
the yelp of the repressed, "as though the voice of some monster, some mocking oracle, relentlessly reached down from the old and monstrous mountain as a heavy bellowing, indifferent, the bearer of some secret without a secret.