pyramid

[ pir-uh-mid ]SEE DEFINITION OF pyramid

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And suppose I set fire to this pyramid with a candle—will she burn up?

If a pyramid or obelisk mould, lift it carefully off the top.

Someone had put our lanterns on the top of this pyramid shrine.

Moreover, the pyramid, which is the figure of fire, is more cutting than any other.

Far beyond the pyramid the volcanoes are seen in their lonely grandeur.

Comfort was the apex of the pyramid which is now crumbling away.

She made the pyramid, and the reply was that the pocket-book had not been found by anyone.

The sun had risen half an hour when they neared the Pyramid.

They did do the trick to Pyramid once, you know; but they'd never got him right since.

It had taken ten full days of back-breaking work to build the pyramid.

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