I need to say that Man that is looking like a tree. But not full sentence but only adjective. For example :
... or something like this. Do you know how to use it correctly?
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My recommendation would be to use the suffix -like, with a hyphen:
The tree-like man stood on the street corner.
If the word is already an established word, the hyphen is unnecessary:
My uncle Roger was a fatherlike figure to me.
but in the case of tree-like, I'd recommend a hyphen. (That's just personal preference, however; treelike could be used without a hyphen.)
Even though a man could be tree-like in many different ways (e.g, old like a tree, strong like a tree), I think looks like a tree would be the default assumption. Unless the context hints otherwise, I'd assume a tree-like man is a tree-like-looking man (that is, tall and slender). Appending the word -looking makes the phrase seem clumsily wordy, and I would opt to omit it.