gibbous[ gib-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF gibbous
Synonyms for gibbous
- lacking correspondence
- not proportionate
- not uniform
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GIBBOUS
Steep and gibbous behind, becoming at length smooth and equal.
The night was clear, and a gibbous moon was high in the sky.
The moon was gibbous in its approach to the full when the boat left Vicksburg.
The esculent variety, in Europe, is the common green or gibbous frog, the Rana esculenta of Linnus.
Over the top of the great ranges a gibbous moon rose slowly.
Gibbous, more tumid at one place or on one side than the other.
If she were white, she might pass for a Caucasian, but for that gibbous under-lip.
A gibbous moon brightened the sky and silvered the slopes about me.
"It was gibbous, you know," Mary explained, very technical and scientific.
Under the stars, under the gibbous moon, assuredly they would sleep.