football-shaped love



from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. shaped in the form of a football


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  • The more they overlap - the bigger the football-shaped area in the middle - the closer your sense of self is aligned with the personality you present to the world.

    Kyle G. Brown: Have a Good Look, America, That's Democracy in the Making

  • He pulled off a piece of the football-shaped baguette, troweled up some of the joint compound, and put it into his mouth.

    Day of Honey

  • Also taking a hard hit are the seasonal party goods stores, which usually start carrying "#1" signs and football-shaped candies in anticipation of a sales spike.

    What Are Your Super Bowl Plans? - The Consumerist

  • Walkways nearby let you look down on football-shaped rainbows that get fat on Mysis shrimp washing out of the upstream reservoir.

    Odd Fishing Spots

  • Shoppers rested on football-shaped sofas in the New Dong'an Plaza of the Wangfujing pedestrian street in Beijing Monday.

    World Cup Fever Sweeps Asia

  • With giant comic posters, vuvuzela horns, football-shaped sofas and a sea lion, soccer fans across Asia keep fueling the World Cup mania.

    World Cup Fever Sweeps Asia

  • A shop employee picks football-shaped chocolates from the display in Kolkata, India, Thursday.

    The Beautiful Game

  • One new model has football-shaped beads to encourage boys reluctant to sit through a litany of prayers.

    Contemporary Catholics Retool Rosary

  • Next time someone says something is "football-shaped," I'm going to be really confused.

    As We Fumble Along

  • The tree can grow to forty feet in height and has a very unusual appearance because the football-shaped pods that contain the beans grow directly out of the trunk.

    Forever Young


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