dome[ dohm ]SEE DEFINITION OF dome
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOME
My saloon luckily has a dome, and under the dome we placed it.
No doubt the prelate had good-naturedly offered to conduct them to the dome.
The dome on the new court-house is expected to be completed by Domesday.
The weight of the drum and dome rests on the pendentives and dome-arches.
But in the application of the dome the true pendentive is used.
In the application of the dome to the octagon no pendentives are employed.
It is pierced by sixteen windows which follow the curve of the dome.
The windows do not cut into the exterior cornice of the dome.
Dome, arches, and pilasters are all evidently Turkish reconstructions.
And, in distorted perspective, his actions were reflected on the dome.