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lawlike ‎(comparative more lawlike, superlative most lawlike)

  1. Having characteristics of a law.
    • 1977, Lawrence Sklar, Space, Time, and Spacetime (page 185)
      First there is the rather enormous inductive leap made by Newton when he assumes that the lawlike connection between accelerated motions and inertial forces holds at every place, at every time, and in the same manner always.