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See definition of spheroid on Dictionary.com
  • as inround
  • as incircular
  • as inspheric
  • as inball
  • as inglobe

synonyms for spheroid

  • bulbous
  • curled
  • curved
  • cylindrical
  • elliptical
  • oval
  • rounded
  • spherical
  • arced
  • arched
  • bent
  • bowed
  • circular
  • coiled
  • looped
  • orbed
  • ringed
  • spiral
  • annular
  • arciform
  • curvilinear
  • discoid
  • disk-shaped
  • domical
  • egg-shaped
  • globose
  • globular
  • orbicular
  • orbiculate
  • rotund
See also synonyms for: spheroids
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antonyms for spheroid

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  • straight
  • deceitful
  • dishonest
  • inadequate
  • incomplete
  • indirect
  • lacking
  • low
  • small
  • soft
  • tiny
  • unfinished
  • weak
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          How to use spheroid in a sentence

          The tissue folded itself into a spheroid with its fibers forming a pattern like lines of longitude on Earth.
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          In a paper in Science Robotics, the researchers describe how they took stem cells from frog embryos and allowed them to grow into clumps of several thousand cells called spheroids.
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          Next you might find the volume for a half-cone or a spheroid.
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          Although we have for convenience termed the earth a flattened spheroid, it is only such in a very general sense.
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          Its shape is not absolutely spherical, but spheroid—that is, flattened at the poles.
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          "He loves to call a football an 'illusive spheroid,'" chuckled another chap.
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          Pithos, pith′os, n. a large spheroid Greek earthenware vase.
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          The spores of this species are spheroid-tetrahedral, the three radiating angles marked with slender vittæ, or bands.
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          Fenn sent the leather spheroid toward the catcher with all the strength of his arm.
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          He thus obtained a spheroid, the capacity of which amounted, in round numbers, to ninety thousand cubic feet.
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          WORDS RELATED TO SPHEROID

          • apple
          • balloon
          • drop
          • globoid
          • globule
          • orb
          • pellet
          • pill
          • round
          • spheroid
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