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o·void

 (ō′void′) also o·voi·dal (ō-void′l)
adj.
Shaped like an egg: an ovoid fruit; ovoid spots.
n.
Something that is shaped like an egg.

ovoidal

(əʊˈvɔɪdəl)
adj
another word for ovoid
n
something that is egg-shaped
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ovoidal

adjective
Resembling an egg in shape:
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The two monuments--the ovoidal Prometheus and the sandglass-like Endless Column--were therefore conceived of, consciously or unconsciously, as representing, each one in turn, one of the two faces of Janus Bifrons, the past and the future.
This building contains two academic audiences: the 493-seat ovoidal auditorium located in the center of the upper floor of the building; The 100-seat auditorium on the mezzanine
Morfologia general, atributos metricos y huellas de uso de los percutores liticos: (A) Esferoidal u ovoidal, (B) Discoidal, (C) Cilindrica seccion semicircular, (D) Cilindrica seccion achatada, (E) Cilindrica seccion triangular.
Detalle de cristal ovoidal marron de fayalita, con inclusiones y restos de clinopiroxeno, ortopiroxeno y magnetita, incluido en un gran cristal de feldespato alcalino.
Conidia did not vary in shape and most were globose to subglobose or broadly ovoidal.
3-cm-long ovoidal piece of Styrofoam sprayed with small, 2-3 mm Styrofoam beads.
Conidia were multicellular, smoothwalled, olivaceous brown, ovoidal to broadly clavate, curved at subterminal cell from the base, and had three septa [Figure 2].
Ovoidal conceptuses were recovered from the uteri of four pigs with SCNT-derived embryos.
During a routine histologic examination, several granulomas with intensive lymphocyte, monocyte, and eosinophil infiltration surrounding clusters of ovoidal eggs were found in the liver (Figure; online Technical Appendix Figure 2).