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conicalcon‧i‧cal /ˈkɒnɪkəl $ ˈkɑː-/ adjective  CFshaped like a cone huts with conical roofs
Examples from the Corpus
conicalHer head was conical, an extremity too, and so thick with black hair that she almost needed a haircut.There are 3 slightly flattened pointed conical arm spines, of which the middle one is the largest.I really expected to see the black pajamas, conical hats, and the small children scatter and expose the gunner.Black pajamas and conical hats piled out of the trucks and hurried purposefully off in all directions while the boss yelled orders.Such tips were conical in shape, their height determined by the ease with which material could be moved to the top.They come in various shapes: erect, for instance, or conical, or rounded or with horizontal, spreading branches.A conical party hat was now perched on top of the grey stubble, with the elastic stretched under my chin.The tall conical roof is open at the top, so that a circle of sunlight shines down into the pool.a conical roof
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