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Adj.1.funnel-shaped - shaped in the form of a funnel
formed - having or given a form or shape
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He thought he would satisfy himself on that point; so he searched around till he found a small sandy spot with a little funnel-shaped depression in it.
After some thought he placed the little pig inside his funnel-shaped hat, and then put the hat upon his head and went back to his room to think over his speech to the jury.
And then came Nick Chopper, the Tin Woodman, with his funnel-shaped cap tipped carelessly over his left ear, his gleaming axe over his right shoulder, and his whole body sparkling as brightly as it had ever done in the old days when first she knew him.
it is true," cried Sir Bertrand, striding across to the recess where the ungainly, funnel-shaped, thick-ribbed engines were standing.
One funnel-shaped depression in the morass, of a livid green in color from some lichen which festered in it, will always remain as a nightmare memory in my mind.
Mandy explains what a tornado looks like: a strong, twisty, funnel-shaped cloud.
The basic construction, the canopies of funnel-shaped canopies with diameters 2,50 - 5,00 m made of textile concrete, consists of conventional bar steel as well as textile-reinforced elements.
Pure white funnel-shaped blooms, which open from pink buds, will appear in early to late spring.
bowdenii produces beautiful pink funnel-shaped flowers ahead of its strap-shaped leaves in September, bringing a welcome splash of colour to fading borders and patios.
When a thunderstorm occurs, hot air rises, and the meeting of the hot air with cold air in the atmosphere triggers air expansion and the formation of a funnel-shaped whirldwind, according to Tabada.
Flowering throughout the summer months, this popular perennial bulb will produce an abundance of deep red funnel-shaped flowers on stems of 70cm.
A waterspout is an intense columnar vortex (usually appearing as a funnel-shaped cloud) that occurs over a body of water.