shelflike table. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Noun, : a shelf of books. From Dictionary.com.
The bark that conceals it has a charred, shelflike appearance. From Wordnik.com. [How to Find (and Ignite) Six Natural Fire Starters] Reference
WE CLUSTERED TOGETHER on the shelflike summit of a rocky outcropping. From Wordnik.com. [When the Wind Blows]
There was a one-inch-thick mattress on a shelflike outcropping from the wall. From Wordnik.com. [Lost Light]
Deep shelflike hollows gouged its walls, suitable caches for crates of illegal liquor. From Wordnik.com. [Till the Butchers Cut Him Down]
Beyond it, up the flue, was a shelflike projection having a thick accumulation of ash and soot. From Wordnik.com. [Conqueror's Moon]
Inside—or, rather, outside—the summerhouse was the kind of place Rebecca would find enchanting, with its burbling fountain, decorative brickwork, and stone chairs protected from the elements by shelflike orange tile roofs. From Wordnik.com. [The Viognier Vendetta] Reference
Like most swifts, white-throats construct shelflike structures of moss, grass, and feathers, glued together with saliva. From Wordnik.com. [The Berkeley Daily Planet, The East Bay's Independent Newspaper] Reference
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