oval[ oh-vuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF oval
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVAL
Her oval cheeks were flushed, and her mouth now and then trembled.
An oval is never mistaken for a circle, nor an hyperbola for an ellipsis.
Fleming pulled a sheet of paper towards him, and drew on it an oval.
A slender toque brought out the keenness in the oval of her face.
It was only twenty feet away, but I could barely see its oval entrance.
Place it, with the flower upwards, in a vegetable-dish, and press it into an oval shape.
Roll out the paste in an oval shape to a quarter of an inch in thickness.
The oval air-vents shown in the drawing can be cut at this time.
The spores are round to oval, with long translucent pedicels.
The spores are oval and smooth, with long transparent pedicels.