Definition of clifflike in English:

clifflike

Pronunciation /-ˌlīk/

adjective

See cliff

‘The cliff-like structure at the heart of the old town rises directly from the sea and causes it to resemble a stone boat at anchor.’
  • ‘In the urban maze of narrow streets cut between the cliff-like skyscrapers below, there was mayhem.’
  • ‘Inside, the narrow alleys are tight woven, winding shadily between cliff-like walls of brown mud or sparkling white lime wash.’
  • ‘Gasping I then saw that we standing on a pile of large cliff-like rocks and the sea was stretched out in front of us, the blue waves sparking and tossing.’
  • ‘These cliff-like structures tower above the pavement, presenting a lavish display of cut-stone decoration and detail.’