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- adj. In the form of a dome.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Furnished with a dome; shaped like a dome.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a hemispherical vault or dome
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I think getting "domed" is one of my new favorite slang phrases, despite its awful meaning and origin.
Here, the action takes place on Chilo, a planet with an atmosphere so harsh that people live in domed cities floating 100,000 feet above the surface.
Kentucky improved to 31-6 in domed stadiums since 1995.
The trend, which appears to be irreversible, is to stage the championship in domed stadiums holding 40,000 or more.
- The keys are backlit and said to be "domed" -- that's not really conveyed in this spy shot we've seen, but it's hard to say for sure.
There had to be a new stadium, perhaps a newfangled thing called a domed stadium, to protect the team from inclement weather.
Greek church "domed" with blue and yellow, bearing down as if it had fairly determined to make its course straight through this stable center.
The pistons are "domed" to increase combustion efficiency.
Spoon into the cake tin and level the top (make an indentation in the centre to avoid a 'domed' cake).
A look at the futurology of the past turns up many chastening examples of confident predictions of technological revolutions that never happened, such as domed cities, nuclear-powered cars, and meat grown in dishes.
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