from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a cross-profile in the form of the capital letter V; in physical geography, said of young valleys that have been eroded by normal stream-action.
- Shaped like the letter V; like the two equal sides of an isosceles triangle; lambdoid
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. shaped in the form of the letter V
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In just that you can see much of the reason for Asia's v-shaped recovery.
The white v-shaped structures of hte voice box that help generate sound and protect the windpipe from inhalation injury.
The Sidewinders took a v-shaped formation as they approached the Nixk.
- Draw on some v-shaped ears, now your character is probably looking more like a devil then anything.
"The data were the latest clue suggesting the nation's output will show a v-shaped recovery ahead," said Naoki Tsuchiyama , a market economist at Mizuho Securities.
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As the water poured in, the trapped miners scrambled for higher ground, up the incline of the v-shaped shaft, survivors later told television reporters.
The second part of that thesis arises from the fact that there is a v-shaped space in the painting between Jesus and the beloved disciple.
He went in first, his square head and v-shaped torso something from a super cartoon.
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