Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Shaped like a leaf: specifically applied in archæology to certain swords of the bronze period.
“Katydids are large, leaf-shaped and usually green.”
“Pieces in next week's sale range from a leaf-shaped pickle dish with a flower motif that's expected to sell for between $800 and $1,200 to a blue-and-white candlestick from 1653 that's expected to sell for as much as $100,000.”
“The offices have meeting rooms shaped like birdcages and a beanstalk-like pole that punches through leaf-shaped holes to connect three floors.”
“Customers looked through jet black pottery or glazed, leaf-shaped saucers from Tzintzuntzan.”
“A glass coffee table, which was in front of the couch, held a leaf-shaped ashtray.”
“The little leaf-shaped island off the east coast of Asia is only twice the size of New Jersey, but some eighty thousand people are involved in racing, breeding, raising, and training homing pigeons.”
“He stared in confusion and dismay at the large, leaf-shaped spearhead, like something from the Bronze Age exhibit at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.”
“Also note the small leaf-shaped objects over her ears.”
“Meanwhile, I fused some snippets of the fabric to another piece of rust-dyed fabric - originally, they were going to be leaf-shaped, but I can't cut freehand shapes very well, so I decided to go with something a little more free-form.”
“Cut out 24 leaves using a 2-1/4-inch leaf-shaped cookie cutter I found mine at Michaels for standard cupcakes or 66 leaving using a 1-3/4-inch cutter for minis.”
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