T-shaped

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

  • The little dark-brown, doughnut-shaped fritters tasted a whole lot like Indian pakoras, and indeed came with a dish of raita for dipping.
  • The most common is what's called a dipole antenna, a good example being those T-shaped, plastic covered wires that came with home stereo sets once upon a time. Nashuatelegraph.com local, state, business and sports news
  • 5.8 Lunes and Triangles Begin by reminding students that a lune is a crescent-shaped fi gure Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • For the use of men they have the "merkin," [FN#410] a heart-shaped article of thin skin stuffed with cotton and slit with an artificial vagina: two tapes at the top and one below lash it to the back of a chair. Arabian nights. English
  • So I used the box to trace out a heart-shaped piece of paper and wrote a Valentine's note to my teacher.
  • The hall is shaded by a shallow half-hat of a roof which leaves a crescent-shaped interstice between it and the edge of the big carapace.
  • The results show that, as fluid passes through each rib, a trumpet-shaped vortex is generated from the upstream vertex of the rib, shaping a region with high value of heat transfer coefficient (HTC).
  • Different-shaped handles, square for hot and round for cold, would permit the soapy-eyed bather to adjust water temperature without alternately scalding or freezing himself.
  • Its flowers nod on frail stalks that spring straight from a rosette of heart-shaped leaves. Times, Sunday Times
  • Its large, crescent-shaped eyes stand prominently atop the cheeks.
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