Resembling a sheath in form or structure, especially in being long, narrow, and close-fitting: a long, flowing sheath-like gown
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- Not since the blackouts of 2003 were the sheath-like towers of the city's iconic skyline etched in such deep black, as opposed to their customary high-wattage glitter.
- Dr. Rolf developed a theory that the body's aches and pains arose from basic imbalances among muscles and fascia - the sheath-like connective tissue that surrounds and binds muscles together.
- Short, sheath-like dresses in bright colors were paired with quilting, leather and touches of fur.