mittenlike

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

mitten +‎ -like.

Adjective[edit]

mittenlike (comparative more mittenlike, superlative most mittenlike)

  1. Resembling mittens
    • 1988 April 22, Steve Bogira, “A Fire in the Family”:
      But the doctors had to amputate the top bone of the two bones in each thumb and the top two of the three bones in each of the other eight fingers, leaving her with mittenlike hands.