domical

[ doh-mi-kuh l, dom-i- or doh-mik, dom-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF domical
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In some bas-reliefs, buildings with roofs of a domical shape are represented.

In a "domical chamber," situated along the course of one of these burrows, Dr. Anderson found no less than 68 bulbs stored up.

The top is not, as we might have looked for, domical; it imitates the forms of a wooden roof.

It is decorated with many niches and figures, and a fine cresting round the domical top.

All the vaults are domical, and those of the nave spring from corbels carved in the style of Venetian fifteenth-century work.

The French term bomb is more exact than such expressions as domical and domed.

The latter was a basilica; 515 while the church alluded to in the biography of S. Theodore was a domical building.

In some of the central and southern districts, domes, or at least domical vaults, were employed.

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