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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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Adv.1.conically - in a conical manner; "conically shaped"
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You approach it from the sea by a narrow entrance, flanked on each side by two small twin islets which soar conically to the height of some five hundred feet.
The 6-meter reflector and boom are a critical system for SMAP, spinning at about 15 revolutions per minute (rpm) to create a conically scanning antenna beam of approximately 620 miles for total global mapping every two to three days.
He explained the tumbler's structure details, saying it has a round bottom base and is conically shaped getting wider toward the top with an embossed beautiful face for a woman sculptured on it.
When used for drilling, the ABLASER achieves dimensional accuracy exceeding that of electric discharge machining, enabling fast machining of difficult jobs such as negative tapered holes (in which the bore widens conically as the hole deepens), oval-shaped holes, etc.
It's understood to contain a conically shaped warhead capable of penetrating armour that can be fired from a tripod or a tube.
In this work, positron lifetime measurements were carried out using a standard fast-fast coincidence system with conically shaped [BaF.
In contrast, Western culture, at its most perfect stage, is structured conically (symbolizing democracy) as it developed from savagery to civilization (Flassy 1999: 11).
The proximal 8 cm was conically tapered from 8 to 5 mm and had circumferential threading.
A new walkway with universal accessibility leads to the southern portion of the Meadow Structure, which is conically shaped, with steep curves that slope downward from a tall center mast.
Those instruments include the High-Altitude Imaging Wind and Rain Airborne Profiler (HIWRAP) conically scanning Doppler radar, the Hurricane Imaging Radiometer (HIRAD) multi-frequency interferometric radiometer, and the High-Altitude Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit Sounding Radiometer (HAMSR) microwave sounder.
His residual limb was 23 cm in length, conically shaped, with good hair and sensation.
The pan with its contents was then placed on an open fire and a conically woven basket (with an open bottom) inverted on top of the pan.