Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Shaped like a spoon; spatulate; cochleariform.
“My glasses slipped down my nose as I used the pliers to depress a spoon-shaped metal lever of the trap, while I held down a corresponding lever on the other side of the foothold.”
“Patients hold a spoon-shaped antenna in their mouths to deliver a very low-intensity electromagnetic field in their bodies.”
“The music includes a gusli a hammered dulcimer with spoon-shaped sticks, and the performers sing weird, nonsense-ish rhymes.”
“Aeoniums form rosettes of spoon-shaped blades at the tops of corky gray stems.”
“She described the spoon-shaped design as having a smiling skull with sunglasses in the bowl and the body of a chameleon on the handle.”
“Back at the chapel, I recognize many of the individual pieces of work: the soaring, high-backed, spoon-shaped Throne, the various Ladders, stairways to heaven made by cleaving the inverted tree in two and joining the opposed halves with carved staves, and Vessels, symbolic boats carved from a single trunk.”
“Nash will often char a sculpture such as his tall, spoon-shaped Throne by encasing it in a sleeve of scrap wood and setting fire to it.”
“I knew because she had koilonychia, concave, spoon-shaped nails.”
“A Runcible Spoon is a spoon-shaped fork with one sharp wavy tine that can be used as a knife.”
“He had a scar across his forehead, bisecting the spoon-shaped bone ridge that gave Cardassians their Bajoran epithet.”
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