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con·i·cal

 (kŏn′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or shaped like a cone.

con′i·cal·ly adv.
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conical

(ˈkɒnɪkəl)
adj
1. (Mathematics) having the shape of a cone
2. (Mathematics) of or relating to a cone
ˈconically adv
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Adj.1.conical - relating to or resembling a cone; "conical mountains"; "conelike fruit"
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conical

conic
adjective cone-shaped, pointed, tapered, tapering, pyramidal, funnel-shaped We were soon aware of a great conical shape to the north-east.
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Translations
مَخْروطي الشَّكْل
kuželovitýkuželový
kegleformetkonisk
kúp alakú
keilulaga
stożkowatystożkowy
kónický
koni şeklinde

conical

[ˈkɒnɪkəl] ADJcónico
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conical

[ˈkɒnɪkəl] adjconique, de forme conique
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conical

[ˈkɒnɪkl] adjconico/a
conical hat → cappello a cono
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cone

(koun) noun
1. a solid figure with a point and a base in the shape of a circle or oval.
2. the fruit of the pine, fir etc. fir-cones.
3. a pointed holder for ice cream; an ice-cream cone.
4. a warning sign placed next to roadworks etc or where parking is not allowed.
conical (ˈkonikl) adjective
cone-shaped.
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On that day the Philadelphia iron-forger then believed himself victorious, and could not evince contempt enough for his rival; but when the other afterward substituted for conical shot simple
Nicholl, now furious, offered to expose his plate to the shock of any shot, solid, hollow, round, or conical. Refused by the president, who did not choose to compromise his last success.
The vast plain was studded on the west with innumerable hills of conical shape, such as are seen north of the Arkansas River.
The lower part is a conical mound, rising out of the naked plain; from the summit shoots up a shaft or column, about one hundred and twenty feet in height, from which it derives its name.
When the candle-ends sent up their conical yellow flames, all the coloured figures from Austria stood out clear and full of meaning against the green boughs.
The country rises in successive steps of table-land, interspersed with some truncate conical hills, and the horizon is bounded by an irregular chain of more lofty mountains.
The most remarkable feature is a conical hill, about one thousand feet high, the upper part of which is exceedingly steep, and on one side overhangs its base.
This precious weapon of American origin could throw with ease a conical projectile of nine pounds to a mean distance of ten miles.
Its surface is dotted all over with little conical prominences, looking not unlike the knobs, on an antiquated church door.
The uncovered area is then digged perpendicularly to the depth of about three feet, and is then gradually widened so as to form a conical chamber six or seven feet deep.
Towards Sunbury was a dark appearance, as though a conical hill had suddenly come into being there, hiding our view of the farther country; and then, remoter across the river, over Walton, we saw another such summit.
The baobab, over which the balloon was hanging almost motionless, stood in the centre of a clearing, where, between fields of Indian-corn and sugar-cane, were seen some fifty low, conical huts, around which swarmed a numerous tribe.