- adj. constituting a tube; having hollow tubes (as for the passage of fluids)
“Or tube-shaped, tomato-sauced cannelloni hiding soft ground veal in their centers.”
“This type is a kind of very small tube-shaped pasta.”
“Two outgrowths come out from the seat and support the tube-shaped steel footrest.”
“A heart of palm is the white tube-shaped sort of asparagus-tasting thing that comes from the inner core of certain palm trees.”
“Mr. Bartholomew's tube-shaped personal energy generator, called the nPower PEG, can turn 15 minutes of walking into a minute of phone talk time.”
“Alcoa lost out in the mid-2000s when Boeing switched from aluminum wings and aluminum fuselages—the skin covering the tube-shaped body of the plane—to more lightweight carbon-fiber composites for its twin-aisle 787s.”
“So versatile is this mélange of summer ingredients that it often ends up as a pasta sauce, working well with larger, tube-shaped pastas.”
“Bimobah pulled out a long tube-shaped object wrapped in layers of red rags and wound with string.”
“Royce retrieved the wheeled suitcase, then the black guy stepped back inside the elevator, Maven seeing, reflected in the wall mirror before the door closed, him screwing a tube-shaped suppressor onto his pistol muzzle.”
“Then one day at work she had a seizure and was rushed to the emergency room—but she was too heavy to fit into the tube-shaped MRI machine.”
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