domed

[ UK /dˈə‍ʊmd/ ]
[ US /ˈdoʊmd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having a hemispherical vault or dome
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How To Use domed In A Sentence

  • I was haunted by the beauty of the landscape all about, of the natural ferneries then disappearing, and of the domed forest-trees on the slopes, and was fortunate in meeting a gentleman intent on preserving in art the beauties of his country. Sailing Alone Around the World
  • A female puppet with a fine, domed forehead entered, swishing black velvet.
  • Magpies are also building their domed nests of long twigs in the trees, but have been finding it hard in the strong winds. Times, Sunday Times
  • With domed hall and cavernous corridors that echoed every step, this felt more like a tomb.
  • Clusters of tall, willowy bamboos rose out of ten pale-pink marble planters and almost touched the high triple-domed ceiling.
  • Few human pursuits can conjure up such overblown expectations, fanned by holiday brochure photo-spreads showing impossibly white beaches domed by suspiciously azure skies.
  • In the main bedroom imposing beams support a domed roof space above the double bed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Magpies are also building their domed nests of long twigs in the trees, but have been finding it hard in the strong winds. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sweep on the base colour with a powder brush, blending outwards, then take a good-quality blusher brush with domed bristles try the Body Shop or Mac and grin insincerely so cheeks fatten in the middle. Beauty: Blushers
  • Hitler also worked with his favorite architect, Albert Speer, on a complete redesign of Berlin that included an immense domed “Great Hall” connected by a three-mile-long avenue to the chancellery. A Renegade History of the United States
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