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EtymologyEdit

TARDIS +‎ -like

AdjectiveEdit

Tardis-like (comparative more Tardis-like, superlative most Tardis-like)

  1. Resembling the TARDIS in some manner, e.g. shaped roughly like a phone booth, unexpectedly capacious, or providing an immersive look at history.
    • 2007, Jonathan Trigell, Cham, Corsair (2012), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
      There was a row of blue Tardis-like Portaloos out behind the strip of trestle bars.
    • 2014, Louisa George, Her Client from Hell, Harlequin (2014), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
      Cassie sighed as she shoved everything back into the Tardis-like bag.
    • 2015, Becky Ohlsen, Anna Kaminski, & Josephine Quintero, Lonely Planet Sweden, Lonely Planet (2015), →ISBN, unnumbered page:
      At the Tardis-like Kanalmuséet [] you can be initiated into the history and mystery of the canal, designed by engineer Nils Ericson and inaugurated in 1868; or hop on a vessel yourself.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:Tardis-like.