oblong[ ob-lawng, -long ]SEE DEFINITION OF oblong
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OBLONG
Her contour was rather square than oblong, and she was very heavy.
One was a large one and oblong in shape, the other of good size but round.
The difference was that it was oblong instead of half round.
The spores are ochraceous-brown, oblong or elliptical, 8–104–5.
Oblong, two or three times as long as wide, with the sides parallel.
It consists of a nave of four bays with two oblong towers to the west.
It is of oblong shape, and is placed on a raised platform which is ascended by steps.
The room, an oblong, was furnished after a fashion of long ago.
Sew this into an oblong piece twelve inches long and eight inches wide.
Lanceolate: lance- or spear-shaped: oblong and tapering to the end.