arrow-shaped


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Adj.1.arrow-shaped - (of a leaf shape) like an arrow head without flaring base lobes
unsubdivided, simple - (botany) of leaf shapes; of leaves having no divisions or subdivisions
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The arrow-shaped by Zofia Day promotes giving back to the community and empowering women.
It features intricate design elements, such as the arrow-shaped 'tornado' double-sided shoulder line, first seen on the all-new Polo, and a relatively swooping roofline.
The runway at Cornwall Airport Newquay was closed to air traffic as the arrow-shaped vehicle completed test runs yesterday in front of 4,000 spectators.
The first sports tire was the Uniroyal RTT1 with its directional, arrow-shaped tread.
After the conference and tea, somebody brought a tray in which several special 'paan' (betel leaf) were spiked in an arrow-shaped needle made of silver.
Faithful to the Lamborghini lines, the Veneno is characterised by extreme proportions, evident in the forceful arrow-shaped front as well as alternating razor-sharp lines and sleek, tight surfaces.
He was trained in TNT, C4, satellite bombs, arrow-shaped explosives, rocket launchers and pipe bombs, AK-47 assault rifles, Dragunov sniper rifles and a PK 7.
There's a re-styled front section that sees the steeply raked diamond radiator grille elongate the appearance of the arrow-shaped bonnet.
Caption: A 1,200-kilometer-wide arrow-shaped storm blowing across Titan, seen in this image taken by the Cassini spacecraft, might be similar to squalls on Earth.
An arrow-shaped research plane with stubby, trapezoidal wings and a powerful, liquid-fueled rocket engine, the X-15 flew faster (more than 4500 miles per hour) and higher (sixty-seven miles above the Earth's surface) than any aircraft before or since.
This European plant has the added attraction of distinctive white midribs and veins on its prominent, arrow-shaped leaves.
An asymmetrical coat stand boasts hooks made of arrow-shaped protrusions of brass, resembling a signpost directing the eye toward each of the cardinal directions.