Thesaurus / dovelike
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

He spoke to the sailors, and at the first sound of his dovelike, cooing voice they paused to hear.

South Sea TalesJack London

But there was the old expression on her face, limpid, dovelike.

BeyondJohn Galsworthy

Zoraya appears first shimmering in moonlight upon the hills of Spain,—dovelike in voice, serpentining in seductiveness.

Now we should know, the mater said, that the girl was dovelike.

Miss PrimroseRoy Rolfe Gilson

A hint of dovelike and tigerlike qualities shone in his dark eyes.

Autobiography of a YOGIParamhansa Yogananda

Many of the hundreds baptized that day expressed themselves as having felt the dovelike Spirit of Peace descending on them,  too.

Praying for MoneyRussell H. Conwell

He found himself taken under a dovelike protectorship; a wonderful, inexpressible Being seemed to have become his proprietor.

Ramsey MilhollandBooth Tarkington

It was the plainest of dwellings, painted by wind and weather to a dovelike silver-gray.

Sweet moans, dovelike sighs, Chase not slumber from thy eyes!

It floated through the dim atmosphere into our consciousness, holding us as in a dream, dovelike and soothing.

WORDS RELATED TO DOVELIKE

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.