GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. cylindrical, tapering at each end; having the shape of a cigar.
- adj. tapering at each end
“The company Friday provided the first public glimpse of a squat, cigar-shaped rocketship with several thrusters at the bottom.”
“It was a large cigar-shaped vehicle with big projectiles on each side like wings," one man details in a 1998 account.”
“At night, he saw a cigar-shaped UFO hovering near his house.”
“However, travelers with a sweet tooth should take the N111 to the north and stop at the village of Tentegal, famed throughout the land for its sugary cigar-shaped pastries.”
“On a sunny afternoon at his apartment near Dupont Circle, Christopher Hitchens holds up a Marlboro Light between cigar-shaped fingers and discusses the hitch of writing his memoir, "Hitch-22.”
“This tiny, cigar-shaped area experienced its first vintage in 1895 when Scottish immigrant John Riddoch founded the Penola Fruit Colony, which later became known as the Coonawarra wine region.”
“Five Essex Hellcats spotted a cigar-shaped Mitsubishi Betty and pounced.”
“A citrus spark lights up the cigar-shaped dolmades, in which Swiss chard replaces the usual grape leaves, and the traditional rice-and-pine-nut filling finds room for pomegranate molasses.”
“In addition, a number of people claimed to have seen this mysterious airship at close range, hearing its whirring engines and observing its cigar-shaped gasbag and dazzling searchlight.”
“Using a small pastry brush, lightly brush the entire surface of each round with spiced oil and roll it into a long, narrow cigar-shaped cylinder.”
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