oviform


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o·vi·form

 (ō′və-fôrm′)
adj.
Shaped like an egg; ovoid.
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oviform

(ˈəʊvɪˌfɔːm)
adj
(Biology) biology shaped like an egg
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Adj.1.oviform - rounded like an egg
rounded - curving and somewhat round in shape rather than jagged; "low rounded hills"; "rounded shoulders"
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oviform

adjective
Resembling an egg in shape:
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oviform

[ˈəʊvɪfɔːm] ADJoviforme
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oviform

adj (form)eiförmig
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"Oviform objects" might also have been less objectionable.
A Japanese Imari lacquered garniture from the Edo period (late 17th century), comprising three oviform vases with domed covers and two trumpet vases, sold for a robust 109,250 [pounds sterling] against an estimate of 50,000 [pounds sterling]-80,000 [pounds sterling] (Fig.