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coned

Syllabification: coned
Pronunciation: /kōnd
 
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Definition of coned in English:

adjective

1Conical.
Example sentences
  • It was like a spiked metal rod, a sort of spear, except the spike was in a coned shape.
  • The kampongs stand out for their traditional architecture, known as Tikal, where the houses have coned roofs similar to kuncungan houses in other parts of East and Central Java.
  • Echinacea purpurea has large brown coned daisy like flowers from July to September or October and grows from 90 cm to 1.5cm with rough green leaves.
1.1Having cones: [in combination]: the big-coned southern California pine
More example sentences
  • The oldest living trees are bristle-coned pines; some are still growing and more than 5000 years old.
  • The commission has also produced guidelines for the management of coniferous woodlands which encourage the planting of large coned coniferous trees.
  • We also grow a range of perennials with daisy type flowers such as Rudbeckia with its black coned, golden daisies, Leucanthemum in several forms and Erigeron (fleabane).

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