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

  • adj. having a rounded bottom


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  • The spacecraft was filmed dramatically burning up as it streaked into the upper atmosphere, but its round-bottomed reentry capsule (about the size of a small stack of dinner plates, it contains the box of samples) floated down in the outback, tethered to a parachute.

    Japanese spacecraft returns from asteroid mission, years overdue

  • She likes bucket bags large, often round-bottomed totes that can be cinched with a drawstring for a "more slim and feminine" look.

    Summer's in the Bag

  • These are the round-bottomed, "toning" shoes that young women and working moms have jumped all over.

    Inder Sidhu: Profiles in Doing Both: Skechers: A Lesson in Optimization and Reinvention

  • And one—or perhaps both—inspired the first cookstoves as well as a new industry of stovetop cooking equipment as round-bottomed pots gave way to skillets and saucepans with flat bottoms and utensils with short handles.

    One Big Table

  • Walking shoes No, not shoes to walk in, but the round-bottomed kind that are supposed to provide a workout by forcing you to walk as if you're on a teeter-totter.


  • He would need to show up for registration up at Albany sometime in late August — expecting to major in a course of Studio Arts.      He sat in the sun across from Wren McCall, a fair, round-bottomed girl from Gansevoort.

    Gansevoort Ridge

  • We have some cobalt blue, some aquamarine-colored, and one really nifty round-bottomed (so, not a good vase) tall light-green one that apparently is a Civil-War-era wine bottle.

    Favorite Things: Colored Glass Bottles

  • With the back of a teaspoon in a small round-bottomed bowl or use a medium-sized mortar and pestle, mash together the salt and garlic until it is like a paste.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The Angry Prof needs a heating mantle on a ring stand heating water in a round-bottomed flask.

    Extra credit question.

  • First were what looked like animate, round-bottomed trees which possessed long tentacles that sprouted from their trunks at irregular intervals.

    In Darkness » Blog Archive » From the Archives: Sign of the Usurper


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