boat-shaped


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boat-shaped

adj
shaped like a boatoval
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Adj.1.boat-shaped - having a concave shape like a boat
concave - curving inward
References in classic literature ?
In good seasons, when blubber was plentiful, the light in the boat-shaped lamps would be two feet high--cheerful, oily, and yellow.
There are some tantalising Turkish Pide boat-shaped flatbreads on the menu too with bespoke toppings including Taouk, grilled chicken with caramelised onion, cherry tomato and walnuts and Basturma, thinly-sliced cured beef with kasar cheese and rocca.
Explore the hills and dark caves of Torongan and enjoy amazing views of cliffs, coastlines, and stone boat-shaped burial markers.
The boys whooped with joy when their dinner arrived in little boat-shaped dishes and the staff could not have been friendlier.
Boat-shaped elliptic, boat-shaped oblong and boat-shaped elongate variations were also found in all Colombian species.
Books and DVDs are still being sold, and websites claim, that a boat-shaped structure in the Dogubayazit area of eastern Turkey is what remains of Noah's ark.
At DUVAL'S, the bouillabaisse is a modern riff on the French classic presented in a white boat-shaped bowl with a lobster tail perched atop a mound of fresh local fish and shellfish.
The sushi dishes below are now available at all Ocean Basket outlets around the world: * Tamara Gunkan: A boat-shaped sushi with rice, wrapped in zucchini, topped with tarama and fried calamari.
Bautista said the Sonata can be fashioned into a trapezoid that would be perfect for dressier outfits, or a boat-shaped style when reversed to show its multiple pockets for more casual days.
Two years ago, and less than 1,500 metres away at Parc Glyndwr estate, Monmouth Archaeology, a professional body that contracts to oversee building works, found boat-shaped channels in the clay at right angles to the lake, with evidence of woodworking with flints, which they interpreted as prehistoric boat-building, possibly a first such site in Europe.
We make these little cakes in metal boat-shaped "barquette" moulds only because we have them - any little cake moulds or tins would do.