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Synonyms for blockish

resembling a block in shape


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The layer at a depth of 111-91 cm is greyish-brown (10YR/4/2--dark greyishbrown in the lower part; 10YR/5/2--greyish-brown in the upper part), massive and blockish silt containing some gravel.
It recited a long list of "privy conspiracies and open hostilities practiced both inward and outward," plans both to invade the realm and to kill the queen, and asserted that: "All which whosoever he be that will attentively weigh and consider, and cannot see the very finger of God mightily working herein by his providence and mercy, no doubt he is insensible blockish." (61) This was a form of popular political action authorities could encourage.
rapt and wrapped in it, unseeing the blockish church-tower in
A blockish, 30-story mass, it can be seen from every point in the park and from far beyond it.
Its heavy build, blockish head and fleshy nose suggested affinities with the caviomorphs, probably either the Abrocomidae (chinchilla rats) or the Echimyidae (spiny rats).
Or doth ye blockish slave The reall presence hould; allthough he dare not yet Speake out his blasphemie; untill the times ar fitt?
The Chrysler 300C, for example, is an aggressively styled sedan with a blockish front end that screams for attention.
Yet, their street-level space, which included a memorial museum rising from the north tower and a garden on the south tower, was not as focused; the blockish museum obscured the north-tower footprint rather than honoring it.
Because Wood is sensitive to Samson's slightly blockish behaviour, this prompts a hugely convincing reappraisal of Dalila, at the expense of Samson, and also of countless critics, many female, who have abused Dalila simply because they have assumed that that is the job in hand.
His heads instead see the baseness of life at its most primal: feet (what could be more base than our soles?), books (in the beginning was the word), abjection (Head and Bottle, 1975, thrusts the artist's gaze facedown on his liquid muse), and the formless (since for Guston speech/language concretizes vision, his blockish forms, as Cooper proposed, shift identities with the same metonymical slipperiness that enables us to name a single thought with diverse related words).