spade-shaped


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Adj.1.spade-shaped - shaped in the form of a spade
formed - having or given a form or shape
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He had the face and beard which I associate with an Assyrian bull; the former florid, the latter so black as almost to have a suspicion of blue, spade-shaped and rippling down over his chest.
A carriage drives up, and out of it steps Uncle Nicholas Sergeevich, with his long, spade-shaped, black beard, and with him Pashenka, a thin little girl with large mild eyes and a timid pathetic face.
They came to blows after arriving, with O'Leary grabbing a large spade-shaped pneumatic drill bit and battering Mr Bentley to death.
The degree of thickness increases from base to apex resulting in a markedly diminished apical cavity and a spade-shaped left ventricular cavity suggesting apical left ventricular hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in the apical 4 chamber view of two-dimensional echocardiographic image of this patient.
Byline: antiques fair With Christopher Proudlove A large winged spade-shaped vase, centre, by Hans Coper purchased by the Firths from Lucie in 1975 for just PS40.
Smooth-leaf has flat, unwrinkled, spade-shaped leaves, while semi-savoy is similar in texture to savoy but is not as crinkled in appearance.
They came to blows after arriving with O'Leary grabbing a large spade-shaped pneumatic drill bit and battering Mr Bentley to death.