adjective(also conoidal /kōˈnoidl/) chiefly Zoology
- Approximately conical in shape.More example sentences
- The introduction of the conoidal bullet in the mid-nineteenth century greatly increased the range, accuracy, and striking power of small-arms fire, and in the Civil War rifle fire accounted for most battle casualties.
- He pulled himself up to its conoidal head and stared down.
- Rather, the coracoclavicular ligament (trapezoid and conoid ligaments) provides the major structural support for the joint and is the primary ligament injured in an AC sprain, otherwise known as a separated shoulder.
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- A conoid object.More example sentences
- Optimization indicates that the ancestors at nodes marking the divergence of kathablepharids and alveolates possessed ‘conoids.’
- One step required knowing the location of the centre of gravity of any segment of a parabolic conoid.
- The conoid of apicomplexans is considered here to be the same character as the feeding apparatus of perkinsids, perhaps suctorian ciliates, and kathablepharids.
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