L-shaped

ADJECTIVE
  1. shaped in the form of the letter L
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How To Use L-shaped In A Sentence

  • These columbines have bell-shaped flowers, spurred petals, and self-coloured tepals.
  • Growing in part shade, the clusters of pure white bell-shaped flowers look their best as the sun moves from them and they are left to give a patch of light in front of a dark-leaved heuchera.
  • They weren't those thick horn-rimmed glasses, thank God, but they were big oval-shaped wire-rims.
  • This spring-flowering species has elegant slender stems, suspended from which are pendulous bell-shaped flowers, very green in bud, opening to cream, crisscrossed with green and maroon netted markings.
  • It houses not only a flat-screen television, DVD player, reclining leather armchair, capacious bookshelves and an L-shaped execu-desk, but also a loo and what an estate agent might call a bijou kitchenette. Life and style | guardian.co.uk
  • The house, with its steeply pitched red-tiled roof, precipitous gables and tall tapering chimneys, is L-shaped with a well-head in the angle, its conical top resembling a Welsh wizard's hat.
  • Not too surprisingly, it had broad upper incisors and chisel-shaped lower incisors.
  • Disk and oval-shaped fishes: butterflyfishes, angelfishes, and surgeonfishes 2. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • The shrubs' flowers are bell-shaped and hang like so many Chinese lanterns on a single stem.
  • The spiny, reddish-brown stems are clad with oval-shaped, glossy green leaves with notched margins. The Sun
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