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  • adj. Of or pertaining to a pyramid; having the form of a pyramid; pyramidal.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of or pertaining to a pyramid; having the form of a pyramid; pyramidal.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having the form of a pyramid; pyramidal.

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

  • adj. resembling a pyramid


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  • The couches and tables were not covered by mail, but the walls were concealed with an inner layer of piled envelopes, and in the center of the room additional stacks of mail had been used to form low shapes, sculptures, vaguely geometric, vaguely pyramidic forms.

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  • Pagan Gnostic insights refer to "the Deceivers" as an alien artificial-based intelligence from a lower dimensional consciousness that seeks to operate in the elite-driven pyramidic functioning of corrupted human institutions.

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  • I know what each of those things is children/Zyrtec/site and can imagine such a collective entity, but if I forget about that for a few moments, I see a sort of pyramidic or zigguratish structure inside of which is something like a cenote filled with tiny skeletons.

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  • Not just big brawny bulging biceps, strapping pectorals, pyramidic deltoids, humongous quads.

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  • It has, I believe, been suggested more than once that some of the perforated stones, pieces of burnt clay, pieces of chalk and like objects may be and are net-sinkers, and there is some justification for Dr. Kimakovicz-Winnicki's statement that the pyramidic forms are not warp weights; but it does not follow that all the perforated articles are either spindle-holders or net-sinkers, yet that is what his subsequent statements lead one to infer.

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  • The warp weights on this Athenian illustration are triangular in shape, and perhaps resemble the pyramidic weights found in Egypt and attributed to Roman times.

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  • From this elevation bleak snow‑clad pyramidic peaks of granite were beheld in all directions jutting into the clouds.

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  • Having seen the party on the way and directed it to proceed on a bearing of 215 degrees from North I ascended the rocky pyramidic hill, which I found arose to the height of 300 feet above the plain.

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