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View definitions for coned

coned

adjective as in conical

adjective as in conical/conic

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Mahomes, who threw for 462 yards as he toppled Tom Brady, would be an all-time great if he passed to traffic cones.

Venom from spiders and cone snails target the same sodium channels.

For instance, “the cone of uncertainty”—the wavering cone TV meteorologists often point to when tracking a storm—is often thought to represent the area of impact.

To test the approach, the team had the cones expand at a fixed rate.

Picture these ever larger circles rising second by second out of the sheet of paper, and you have an upside-down cone with the original event at its tip.

Several National Grid and ConEd trucks were on the scene by early morning.

Despite fears that ConEd, the power company, would preemptively cut electricity, the lights stayed on.

The vanes are limited by slightly-coned annular cover plates.

About the rod is fitted a movable bronze collar, coned and grooved to take the socket and clamping spring of the mirror bar.

The circle carries a track, on which a ring of coned rollers revolves, which in turn supports the car.

This table is sharply coned, and can be made to work the dough as much or as little as may be required.

A short reamer that is driven by fitting to a coned mandrel.

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On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coned, such as: cone-shaped, tapered, conical/conic, conoid, conoidal, and funnel-shaped.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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