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- adj. Of or pertaining to an ovule
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Relating or belonging to an ovule.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to an ovule; resembling an ovule. Also ovulary.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being or of the nature of an ovule
- adj. of or relating to an ovum
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So it's obviously unfair and illogical to use "ovular" is an "example" of what's wrong with "contemporary feminism."
Visitors will enter the building at the base of a two-story, ovular glass tower that rises like an outward-sloping citadel at the corner of the building.
That way it doesn't dispense as fast thanks to its ovular shape and you save on sheets.
The ovular wooden deck, pictured here, was designed specifically for the Circle in the Square space.
Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal The ovular wooden deck, pictured here, was designed specifically for the Circle in the Square space.
Perhaps the most complex element of the "Godspell" set was the ovular deck designed specifically for the Circle in the Square.
The New York Philharmonic performed on Saturday at the recently opened National Center for the Performing Arts, an ovular-shaped behemoth near Tiananmen Square in Beijing that is the new pride of Chinese culture.
The ovular windows in the pelican-beak-shaped nose were black; either the lights were off inside, or heavy shades had been drawn.
We found the $10, ovular-shaped foot file easy to use and more effective than a pumice stone at removing calluses and dry skin.
He set his ovular bulk to trembling atop legs lost in a circus tent of pants.