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- adj. Having the shape of an egg.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Resembling an egg in form; ovoid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Ovoid; having the figure of a solid whose cross-section anywhere is circular, and whose long section is oval (deeper near one end than near the other).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. rounded like an egg
Women were buried with necklaces and pets, as well as jugs and usually an egg-shaped pot place near the feet, the newspaper says.
Cal came in and took his usual seat at the curved tip of the egg-shaped conference table, his back to the wall, his eye to the door.
Ivy picked up the egg-shaped statue and handed it to Lena, who seemed reluctant to take it.
Everything about the tree unnerved him, even those egg-shaped fruits.
Bailey, a fan of Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi, some of whose most famous works are egg-shaped, said the sculpture is both representational - it depicts three actual eggs - as well as expressive of the feminine.
"I don't feel that suggestive, egg-shaped cold stone structures do that for Del Ray," she said.
They're also beautiful to look at — tiny egg-shaped beads that are a pale yellow when raw and take on a translucent, golden-green glow when cooked.
Before the U.S. Open, the Journal revealed that Djokovic's training regimen included sitting in the CVAC Pod—a $75,000 egg-shaped, bobsled-sized pressure chamber that simulates altitude.
After that, of course, the Death Bird may decide to burrow itself into my head and build another nest to lay a second egg-shaped tumor in my brain -- and so kill me in that fashion.
Fit an egg-shaped knob on the arms into an identically shaped hole in the corner of the lens, twist down, and mounting is complete.
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