- adj. having a flat circular shape
“An American retrieval team quickly rushed to the scene from Ramstein and found the flat disk-shaped object, about”
“When the motorboat arrived at the right spot in the middle of the lake, my daughters and nieces jumped into the water, clambered atop the big buouyant disk-shaped tube wide enough for three to lie face-down, and clutch the handles, waiting for the craft to zoom off.”
“The celebrant was young, half her age at most, with clear, disk-shaped lenses set in wireless frames.”
“Julianna's comb and wattles were vivid red, and he sported white disk-shaped “ear - lobes,” part of the rooster's dangly parts, as I called them, below the ear holes.”
“And in Amsterdam, Nina Farkache created a home bench called "Bench 'Come a little bit closer'" with disk-shaped seats that glide over a marble-topped bench, allowing people to play with personal space.”
“Comanches, meanwhile, carried a far more effective and battle-tested assortment of weapons: a disk-shaped buffalo-hide shield, a fourteen-foot plains lance, a sinew-backed bow, and a quiver of iron-tipped arrows.”
“The small, disk-shaped kernels come in many colors usually beige and cook in about 15 minutes.”
“When our solar system began to take shape, roughly 4.5 billion years ago, it was a disk-shaped cloud of gas and dust spinning around a dense core, which became the sun.”
“The new Casio Edifice watch EQW-M1100 is equipped with a 1/1000-second stopwatch and exciting disk-shaped indicators that show time measurement results.”
“The new EQW-M1100 displays time elapsed using a smart combination of the second hand and motorized disk-shaped indicators.”
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