thimble-shaped love

Definitions

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

  • adj. shaped in the form of a thimble

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Examples

  • This is followed by the Kumamoto oyster (Crassostrea sikamea) in Japan, a tiny thimble-shaped oyster grown in the Pacific Northwest.

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  • He wears a free-flowing white tunic and a thimble-shaped hat.

    Amaryllis in Blueberry

  • For the past few years, Ms. Hanley, 60 years old, has been a partner in Shy Brothers Farm, a small outfit in southeastern Massachusetts that is turning milk into thimble-shaped pieces of cheese.

    Cheese Whizzes

  • The cups are thimble-shaped and rest in a copper or silver frame made with a handle.

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  • The cervical cap is a thimble-shaped rubber or silicone cap that fits snugly over the cervix the entrance to the uterus and is held in place by suction.

    OUR BODIES, OURSELVES

  • He filled two tiny thimble-shaped glasses with an amber liquid, giving her one.

    Sweet Defiance

  • Silicic acid and flourine: Browning Test: the sample is mixed with calcium chloride and sulphuric acid to a pulp in a thimble-shaped lead crucible which is then covered by a lead lid with a hole in the middle.

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  • The woman looked at her companion, shrugged, and withdrew a small, thimble-shaped object from an inside breast pocket.

    For Love of Mother-Not

  • Major Orvenalix sat in his thimble-shaped chair and stared across at Kitten and Porsupah.

    Bloodhype

  • All her future life, this same red-labeled bread-crate in front of the bakery, this same thimble-shaped crack in the sidewalk a quarter of a block beyond Stowbody's granite hitching-post -- --

    Main Street

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