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domical

Syllabification: dom·i·cal
Pronunciation: /ˈdōmikəl, ˈdäm-
 
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Definition of domical in English:

adjective

Domed: an octagonal, domical vault
More example sentences
  • So the programme called for a centrally focused domical building with nine equal entrances disposed symbolically to welcome people from all directions to prayer and meditation.
  • Low-relief domical volcanoes, many less than several kilometers in diameter, are globally abundant, numbering in the hundreds of thousands.
  • His hall's mosquelike associations appear in its orientation, colonnaded portico, domical crown, and minaretlike spire.

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